Eco Dfndrs are taking actions in their lives, big and small, to care for our environment. You can be an Eco Dfndr! Check out the links below for ideas on what you can do. If you try something, let us know and you could be featured on this page to inspire others.
“After learning more about microplastics and plastic vortexes in the ocean, my family and I are working harder to reduce our plastic usage.”
Join Sophie by trying out these Tips to use less plastic from the Green Education Foundation.
“Just recently I have been finding out a lot more about global warming and climate change and the terrible things that are happening to our earth. I want to help and do everything I can to change our future.”
Join Kalena in learning about climate change and take action with Environmental Defense.
“I'm concerned about our wild salmon. Salmon have provided us with food for our people for generations. If there's enough room for us, there should be enough room for salmon.”
Join Miranda and help the salmon: support the campaign to protect wild salmon with Pacific Wild.
“We waste 3.1 billion tons of food a year. I want to make a change. I want to waste no more.”
Join Gabe and find out how to reduce your food waste with the David Suzuki Foundation.
“Deforestation is such a pointless, but expensive toll on the planet. We only get one world, and apparently it’s difficult for some people to see that.”
Join Nic and stand up for forests by learning facts about deforestation and what you can do from Conservation International.
“We live off the land, as much as we can. By doing these things, I've been helping the environment my whole life.”
Join Taio in speaking out about our right to live in a healthy environment with Bluedot.
Each summer, The Educating Towards Change Society (ETC) invites environmental activists aged 12–15 to apply to attend 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 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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