Adam Robb is an Albertan teacher/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 Canada¹s most influential environmental change-makers. Also, he 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.
For his work, he was awarded the Living Future Hero Award by the International Living Future Institute in Seattle for generating environmental awareness for youth and enabling them to take action. He¹s also a past recipient of the Alberta Excellence in Teaching Award. Adam has developed programming at the Palisades Stewardship Education Centre in Jasper and for Beakerhead in Calgary. Adam now co-teaches and develops a high school course in Calgary called Energy and Environmental Innovations as well as hands-on versions of high school Social Studies classes.This program led to Adam¹s school being named Canada¹s Greenest School in 2016.
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