Project 2050 is an initiative launched by Earth Rangers and supported by the Centre for Indigenous Environmental Resources to involve children ages 6 to 12 in the fight against climate change.
It’s an opportunity for them to participate in fun challenges and collaborate with other children towards the same goal! They’ll take concrete actions every day to reduce our greenhouse gas emissions and help Canada reach its net-zero targets.
Learn more and see how we can help the planet while having fun! A series of Challenges will be available throughout the year and 2 have already started! By joining these Challenges, you’ll discover climate-friendly habits to use every day and gain access to resources to learn more.
CIER’s Virtual Assemblies start September 28, 2022
CIER will present virtual assemblies to various schools showcasing Earth Rangers, Project 2050, exploring various climate-friendly habits and sharing inspiring stories of what other Indigenous communities are doing to fight climate change. These virtual assemblies are targeted towards two age groups, Grades K-3 and Grades 3-6. The objective is to increase climate knowledge and awareness, increase climate-friendly habits and behaviours through hands on environmental experiences and increase climate optimism among Indigenous youth, a key factor in cultivating environmentally active adults. Read more about CIER’s Virtual Assemblies.