Adam Robb is an Albertan teacher and program developer who believes that students deserve to have the chance to design solutions that will result in stronger, more resilient communities. His students have attended and presented at environmental design conferences throughout North America and are now some of Canada’s most influential environmental change-makers. Adam also led students in becoming the co-designers of the first self-sustainable modular classroom, the SEED project, now built and utilized by students throughout several U.S. States. Adam is the recipient of the 2018 EECOM National Environmental Educator of the Year award as well as the 2013 Alberta Excellence in Teaching Award.



The Imperative of Including Youth

While environmental challenges are incredibly important to address for future generations, we all too often omit future generations from the process of overcoming these challenges. These youth speakers, environmental leaders from around the Calgary area, will share with the audience the imperative of (and benefits to) including youth in sustainability projects across all sectors, and provide tips on how to do just this.

This presentation is co-hosted with Laura Hughes from the Alberta Council for Environmental Education.


Look for this presentation in the Friday Morning program at 11:00 am. If you haven’t already, get your tickets to the 2019 Environmental Gathering!


Explore this environmental solution through the lens of these United Nations Sustainable Development Goals:

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