This is a message from Vancouver District PAC.
Join an engaging and informative evening with your DPAC community for part two of the sustainability education series called Sustainability: Principles to Practice this coming Thursday, November 26, 2020 at 7:00 pm. You will take away the latest information about the Vancouver Plan for greening our city, plus the latest developments and next planning stages.
Register at https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcsf-6rpzwtGNCuXqg0nF1MuQSvByIU59eC
Part two of our DPAC Sustainability Education Series, expands on last year’s presentation, “Sustainability: Education and Edu-Action”. We focus our lens on the passionate work being done in our communities by environmental groups, by student and youth organizations, and by researchers, including the latest science based reports and policy recommendations for greening our city. We will hear about green initiatives within our schools and annual student organized sustainability conferences, and how students continue to support younger students in mentorship roles. Hear about how we all take these principles into practice by taking some practical steps toward a healthier planet and lifestyle.
Come discover more about the Six Big Moves and comprehensive recommendations that will improve access and mobility, increasing wellness, and guide the principles in reaching essential climate targets.
Hear from student organizers for this year’s VSB Sustainability Conference. Meet resilient teens who have generously given their time to share their experience, strategies, and tips with parents. Support these highly motivated and devoted student leaders, committed to raising awareness and creating a sustainable future for themselves and the generations following them.
Hear from past Sustainabiliteens who are now mentoring and supporting students and keeping the momentum going. Hear what practical steps you can take and how empowering it feels when you embrace life affirming principles and take them into practice by making steps that enhance future outcomes.
See attached flyer.
Chair, Vancouver DPAC