Special event that Evidence for Democracy is hosting in Toronto in partnership with Ryerson scixchange
Michael Halpern, deputy director of the Center for Science and Democracy at...Read more
ACER is building an army of citizen scientists who can monitor, measure, mitigate, and adapt to the local impacts of climate change in their own communities. Through its four successful programs--Citizen Science, Go Global, Planting for Change, Riparian Rangers--it trains students and volunteers to collect and record data for analysis. It is currently working with 7 conservation authorities, 57 public, separate and private schools, 3 levels of government, more then a dozen other community and environmental organizations and supervising students in environmental studies research with 3 post-secondary campuses.