RCE Saskatchewan Education for 
Sustainable Development Recognition Event

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Since 2008, the annual RCE Saskatchewan Education for Sustainable Development Recognition Event has honoured local individuals, groups and organizations that have made innovative achievements in education that builds capacity for sustainable development in Saskatchewan and that help contribute to the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (2015 - 2030).  We hold the event in a different community each year, as this allows to shine a spotlight on projects from across the province.

  


14th Annual Event will be hosted by the Royal Saskatchewan Museum, Regina

After two years of virtual events, we are happy to announce that the 14th Annual Education for Sustainable Development Recognition Event will occur in-person on May 4, 2022.  Our  co-host will be the Royal Saskatchewan Museum. Although the event will be in Regina, we hope to also allow people to join virtually.

Established in 1906, the Royal Saskatchewan Museum is home to the world's largest T-Rex.  Through its programs, the Royal Saskatchewan Museum fosters education and community development to support sustainability.   The museum’s major new sustainability exhibit called “Home: Life in the Anthropocene” will be open to those attending the 2022 Recognition Event.

Our 2021 Recognition Event sponsors were:

 

To learn about sponsorship opportunities for the 2022 Event, please contact the Event Coordinator at rcesk.event@gmail.com.