Climate Action Workshops Series (CAWS)
The Climate Action Workshops is a new pilot project which aims to bridge the gap in education and empower students from grades 3 to 9 about the science of climate change, sustainable food systems, renewable energy through solutions through hands on activities, story telling and discussions.
Through activities, interactive models, group challenges, and experiments, students will:
- Learn about the science behind climate change, relevant to BC’s geography
- Examine the role of renewable energy sources in reducing carbon emissions
- Better understand our local food systems and ecosystems
- Develop critical decision-making skills through hands-on teamwork
A series of three free 45 minute workshops are available during the spring (April to June). We offer in-person workshops in Vancouver, Richmond, and Burnaby with the opportunity for remote learning/facilitation.
All participants will receive an CAWs toolkit.
Interested in booking a free workshop?
Registration is now available for the spring season (60 spaces are available)