EECOM is multi-disciplinary, multi-cultural and multi-sectoral. Our membership includes teachers, students, academics, community leaders, nature interpreters, youth, business leaders, government agencies, demonstrating the fundamental importance of networking and collaborating within the variety of environmental learning (EL) sectors.
We bring together a community of over 600 leaders in EL including representative from industry (e.g. Manitoba Hydro, Suncor Energy Foundation), non-profit organizations (e.g. Evergreen Foundation, Ducks Unlimited Canada, Canadian Wildlife Federation, Green Teacher Magazine, AQPERE, Learning for a Sustainable Future, WWF-Canada, Girl Guides of Canada, SEEDS Foundation, Sierra Club of Canada), government (e.g. Environment Canada, Parks Canada, Provincial Governments), university and research institutes (Pembina Institute, University of Victoria, Memorial University, National Council of Educational Research and Training, University of Regina, Queen’s University, University of Calgary, York University, Acadia University, Lakehead University, University of Alberta, Royal Roads University, University of Manitoba, Brock University, Simon Fraser University) in addition to several classroom teachers and school division administrators.
EECOM is also a formal Affiliate member of the North American Association for Environmental Education (NAAEE) .
Regional EL Groups and Organizations