DreamRider Theatre, Metro Vancouver's environmental education theatre company, delivers interactive plays in a trademark zany and fun style. Their plays like "H2 Whoa!", "Keep Cool!", and "Clean Up Your Act", encourage kids to find their own solutions to minimize their carbon footprint, cut down their use of water and energy resources, and reduce their waste.
This BC Sustainable Energy Association makes resources available to support teachers and parents in educating kids about their carbon footprint. They have an interactive environmental workshop program for students in grades 4 to 7.
The free "Green Bricks" program engages secondary school students to understand the importance and benefits of sustainable building issues in their schools and communities and empower them to make change. Green Bricks supports the BC Ministry of Education's learning outcomes.
Footprints Conservation Society offers educational programs for children to further the awareness of environmental issues. Their programs are designed as fun, interactive lessons that provide children with information and support to make educated choices about how they affect their environment and provide them with the tools to create a healthier lifestyle for themselves and future generations. The footprint workshop runs approximately 45 minutes.
The Columbia Basin Environmental Education Network (CBEEN) maintains a directory of climate change lessons and programs for a range of ages to support educators in providing localized information about changing climate and climate change impacts.