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We Empower Future Changemakers

Green Bricks involves B.C. youth in sustainable land use and development through science-based, curriculum-linked outreach programs. These programs are offered free of charge to various elementary and secondary classrooms across our province. We reach classrooms live, both virtually and in-class.

Green Collar Conference

The “green economy” is changing the face of the workplace in B.C. Are you a student in grades 10-12? Learn more about the Green Collar Futures Career Conference.  This next annual conference will be held remotely on Saturday, February, 2021.

Click here to see what happened at the Green Collar Futures Career Conference.

What We’re Learning

As we develop workshops for B.C. classrooms and students, we ensure program content is curriculum connected to B.C.’s new curriculum standards, and science-based, and hands-on using regional examples and solutions. Workshops are offered to school districts across the province depending on our funding partners.

Grade 4

This science workshop engages students in how we sustainably manage water.

Grade 5

This workshop engages students with the concept of zero waste.

Grade 9-10

Green Bricks Secondary Blocks explores new and emerging green careers.

The students really enjoyed building the cars and thinking about how they worked. It was a great and simple way to demonstrate an alternate source of energy

The kids were actively engaged throughout the entire presentation and had opportunities to complete some hands-on activities.

These were both excellent workshops and the presenters were fantastic. I would definitely bring them into my classroom again

Tons of information, great pacing, local connections, hands-on experimentation and learning, super energy from the presenter.

The presenter had a wonderful personal enthusiastic, sciencey way with the students.

Our Green Bricks Partners

  • We gratefully acknowledge the financial assistance of the province of British Columbia.

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Take Action!

Take action to green an area of your home, school, or community! Any positive action is an impactful action! Below are examples of what students can do. Green Bricks can provide ongoing support to ensure success with your sustainability initiative!

Take the fun Audit Challenges!

Water Audit

Did you visit Metro Vancouver’s watershed or did you have Green Bricks come visit your classroom? Complete this water audit to show us how much water you can save in one day!