Come out on January 26 to a lecture hosted by Kids For Climate Action and Rob Shirkey about his campaign: to get municipalities to put climate change warning labels on gas pump nozzles.Read more
In the weeks preceding the municipal elections, Kids for Climate Action partnered with the Dogwood Initiative to get people out to vote in the municipal elections; people who would stand up for environmental issues and ensure their voices are heard in politics. With the events unfolding on Burnaby Mountain and the Kinder Morgan pipeline (#kmface with our volunteers above), as well as the approval of a new coal port at the Fraser Surrey Docks, it was especially important to get people out to vote for people who would stand against climate change and offer policies that would lead to a more sustainable future.Read more
“We must meet the 2020 goals. We have to.”
This statement by MLA Raj Chouhan succinctly captures the message that high school students all across the province are trying to reinforce: that we simply cannot keep missing our emissions reduction targets.
On February 5th, fifteen students from six different Burnaby high schools met with the Burnaby-Edmonds MLA.
On February 3rd, students gathered at the office of David Eby to discuss the NDP’s plan to achieve BC’s 2020 Greenhouse Gas Emission targets. Ten students from Point Grey (and beyond) met with David Eby, MLA for Vancouver-Point Grey, and Spencer Chandra Herbert, MLA for the West end—who, in typical form, showed up on a bicycle with rainbow-colored spokes.Read more
My sister and I stood anxiously outside the wooden door. 409. Ralph Sultan. It's not something I would usually do, go and visit my MLA to discuss climate change and our governments parts in it while simultaneously wearing my kilt slightly lopsided and my school tie a tad loose but then again, If I’m to make any difference whatsoever in the world of environmentalism I can't just stick to things I would usually do.Read more
In late October, two K4CA members, Sydney Emo and Sophie Yamauchi, posted an open letter against Canadian Geographic’s “Energy IQ” program; a curriculum based series of learning tools and activities for students grades 1 through 12.Read more
The biggest youth climate conference in the history of BC, Powershift, was held on Coast Salish territory in Victoria this October 4th.Read more