Take Climate Action
In this section, explore ideas for taking climate action as a young person. We'll explain how to get the word out about an event, how to advocate to people who are in government, and a step by step guide to developing youth led
climate action projects.
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Climate Action Planning
Before diving into a climate action project, you'll need a plan. Figuring out your area of focus, goals, timeline, and more can help you to initiate an effective climate action project. Use our climate action planning worksheet to create your plan!
Once your plan is in place, check out the funding resources we've gathered to help get your project off the ground.
AYLEE Dialogue Guide
The Dialogue Guide was designed by AYLEE members, then known as ACLYN, in 2017 to help students, teachers and school division leadership to:
Engage in conversations and work together to create connections between student learning and school infrastructure.
Gather information to better understand the opportunities and challenges for taking the next steps toward climate leadership in Alberta schools.
Use this information to further develop plans and strategies to help schools take the next steps toward climate leadership and climate literacy
Infiltration Manual: Pushing for Ambitious Climate Action at the Municipal Level
In Canada, municipalities account for over 50% of the national greenhouse gas emissions. The Infiltration Manual provides youth with practical knowledge and tools on how to take climate action at the local level. It covers a range of topics, including:
■ An overview of the ■ A roadmap on how to structure of municipal gather community
■ Tips on how to ■ A variety of email,
present an initiative meeting, and petition
to Council templates