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World Bound - Climate Change

Expedition Camp

Galiano Island

B. Columbia

Canada

Climate change is already reshaping the lives of future generations. This course is an opportunity for the future leaders to confront the climate crisis with confidence and hope. World Bound - Canada teaches the skills of adaptation advocacy, assertiveness and designing thinking: all with the incredible backdrop of the Yukon River as we paddle from Carmacks to Dawson City. This stretch of river provides pure ecological nirvana with an abundance of wildlife, geological uniqueness and historical significance. The diversity of people along the river allow for a first hand look at how climate change is already impacting northern regions such as the Yukon, and will explore actions against climate changes.

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The west coast port of British Columbia, and one of Canada’s most gorgeous cities. A very ethnically diverse city. A vibrant population known for its great natural attractions suchs as the world acclaimed Stanley Park. Also a favourite setting for movie filming, with those snow peaked mountains. Vancouver is like a gigant playground with so many outdoor activities to offer. Vancouver is surrounded by water from three sides and the weather is milder than other regions of Canada, due to the Pacific Ocean currents that keep it mild and damp.

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Age Range

From            years old

To                  years old

13

18

Gender Orientation

Co-Ed

Max Capacity

35 campers/session

Camper / Staff Ratio

1:8

Session´s length

2 weeks

Summer Season ends on:

Aug 31, 2022

Summer Season starts on:

Jul 1, 2022

Program Areas at Camp

Nature & Science, Canoeing & Kayaking, Team Building & Coop Games, Creativity Workshops

Other Activities at Camp

Overnight Hikes, Campfires

Specific Workshops

Native-Heritage Environmental-Awareness Global-Citizenship, Team-Building, Water treatment, Recycling

A typical morning at Camp

Polar Bear Club Breakfast Clean-up Morning activity block

A typical afternoon at Camp

Break / Lunch / Paddle / Climate chenge workshop

Sechelt Inlet Vancouver
Victoria

Excursions:

Night activities

Star Gazing Story Telling Campfire Night games

A typical evening at Camp

Set up Camp / Dinner

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