Explore creative and equitable ways to make environmentally friendly choices through a game and environmental campaign.
Sometimes sustainability choices can feel unaffordable and inaccessible to all of us. In this activity, we explore how we can all make meaningful sustainability choices and take part in the solution. We will play a game to discover many affordable and equitable sustainability options and plan an environmental campaign.
The activities could also connect to a variety of grade-specific curricular competencies and content in a variety of subjects including Applied Design, Skills and Technologies, Arts Education, Physical and Health Education, and Social Studies.
Many people around the world want to live sustainable lifestyles, but feel it is unaffordable and so not available for everyone. To explore more details about why people do or do not make sustainable choices, check out this study, Shifting sands: Are consumers still embracing sustainability?
Young people can act at school, in their community and at home to protect and care for the planet. We can empower them with a deeper understanding of our responsibility to take care of the planet we depend on, using simple and affordable actions.
In B.C., we are powered by water. We have the cleanest generation in Western North America and amongst the lowest greenhouse gas emissions of any utility in North America. As B.C. transitions to electrification and a low carbon future, BC Hydro is committed to keeping rates affordable, especially for lower-income families. Affordable electricity rates not only help British Columbians, they help ensure the price of electricity remains competitive with other forms of energy, supporting the transition away from fossil fuels to clean electricity in our homes and buildings, vehicles and businesses. Check out Recommendations from BC Hydro review to keep electricity affordable.
Learn more about the environmental impacts of plastic and craft a bird feeder out of used plastic containers.
Sort the causes and find solutions to poor air quality.
Explore a range of options and generate new ideas for practical and powerful actions.
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