Students will research and engage in an energy-saving initiative in their community.
- will have extended their knowledge and created or participated in energy-saving initiatives
- will have learned various ways to make a local impact on a global issue
Complete one of the following options. You will only be able to submit work and get credit for one option.
Option 1: Create your own community initiative
Students will create and lead their own energy-saving virtual or in-person initiative in their community.
Option 2: Participate in an existing initiative in your community
Students will research existing energy-related initiatives in their community and participate in a virtual or in-person community event.
- World Wildlife Fund - Living Planet @ School
- Kids for Saving Earth
- United Nations Climate Action Superheros
- Earth Day Canada
- Nature Conservancy Canada
- Canadian Wildlife Federation
Please respect all school and governmental guidelines and restrictions surrounding COVID-19. Review the 2022 CEDC COVID-19 policy here. This challenge does NOT require students to participate in an in-person event. For example, students can participate in a virtual initiative hosted by an organization (such WWF’s Sweater Day), or can create an initiative in which they engage their community through the teacher’s or school’s social media or a letter writing campaign (for example, encouraging members of the community to walk or bike to school or work instead of taking a car).