We are Eco Dfndrs

Chaya Mills at Eco-Dfndr summer camp

Hi, I’m Chaya. I’m an Eco Dfndr.

Hornby Island

Tourism on Hornby Island presents a microcosm for how humans overuse desirable land and resources for their pleasure, without looking at the potential harm.

The Story of Queenesh, the White Wale

Through the retelling of the K'Omoks First Nation story of Queneesh, this film looks at the uncertainty that faces us with the effects of global warming.

This Place We Live

I provide backup vocals on this original song by Kalena Young that explores her feelings on the state of the environment.

Now what?

You can be a DFNDR!

Environmental activists aged 12–15 are invited to apply for a one week all expenses paid Environmental Action Camp on Denman Island, BC. Spend a week creating compelling media – music, drama, documentary, and dance – all with a focus on defending the environment.

Learn more about camp

We stand for world peace.

We are Eco Dfndrs. We create, share and collaborate on ideas to get our message out. We don’t just say we care for our environment, we do more. We make films to open people’s eyes, start conversations and inspire action.

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