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Ontario Science Centre, 770 Don Mills Road, Toronto
High School students are being invited to creatively envision life in 2050, and design projects for reducing Climate Change, leading to a non-carbon future.
For Earth Day, 2016, an environmental organization, For Our Grandchildren, is inviting Toronto high school students to creatively envision a healthier environment on planet Earth, by designing projects for reducing Climate Change and lowering carbon emissions, leading to a non-carbon future.
School Teams will creatively project life on earth, in a non-carbon future, and explain steps that can be taken to reach their environmental goals. Projects can be presented in artistic or analytical formats, and supplemented with multimedia presentations.
School Team Projects will be presented at an event called: Speak Up For The Planet,
at the Ontario Science Centre, on Friday, April 22, from 4 to 8 pm. Awards Presentation at 6 pm.
Prizes will be awarded for creativity and originality, showing awareness of climate change problems and work being done in the field, with special merit for the quality of proposed solutions for lowering green house gas emissions
For Our Grandchildren is dedicated to helping students realize the importance of their contribution, and to encourage their participation in managing the earth's environment. More information about For Our Grandchildren and its programs is available online @ www.forourgrandchildren.ca