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BC Green Games 2010 Media Kit

March 1, 2010 E-blast (Vote now)

February 1, 2010 E-blast (Submit & Share now)

December 2009 E-blast (Tech guidelines)

November 18, 2009 E-blast (Stewardship links)

November 17, 2009 News Release (PDF)

November 5, 2009 E-blast (Energy efficiency links)

October 21, 2009 E-blast (Plan your project)

October 14, 2009 News Release (PDF)

October 1, 2009 E-blast (Gone green yet?) 

Promotional Poster (PDF)

Promotional Postcard (PDF)

Science World is thrilled to announce the second year of BC Green Games, an initiative designed to motivate action, facilitate sharing and reward the green efforts of schools throughout BC.

The success of our first year of BC Green Games included over 140 entries promoting environmental protection, sustainability and stewardship projects from elementary and high schools province-wide. BCGreenGames.ca permanently showcases these action-based videos and photo-essays to inspire further positive changes in school and community behaviour.

BC Green Games continues to increase student awareness of environmental issues. The program helps students realize their own ability to become local leaders and improve their sustainable practices in everyday life. The initiative also supports teachers as they integrate environmental sustainability into the curriculum and develop school communities that are more effective, efficient and environmentally responsible.

Get Started Today

  • visit the BC Green Games gallery to get inspired by last year's winning entries
  • plan eco-action projects that your class can do or is already doing
  • document the projects using creative media such as videos or PowerPoint
  • check out links to great resources and environmental education programs
  • submit and share your success story
  • have fun!

If you need to arrange an interview, require project examples or require additional media information, please contact us.

 

Selected BC Green Games 2009 articles:

Watch the news coverage of Grade 9 students from Vancouver's King George Secondary as they plan their project for BC Green Games.

Source: Erin Shaw from The Express

 
© Science World British Columbia 2010