What is a BC Green Games Project?

BC Green Games is an annual contest run by Science World between 2009 and 2020. A BC Green Games project is a celebration of the environmental education and action taking place in your school or community. Projects have been submitted as a photo series or a short video, with an accompanying written essay. The photos/video and essay explain the cause a team has taken on, how they took action, and the final results. Projects have a high level of student involvement, or are student-led.

Popular projects cover topics like energy conservation, transportation, gardens, recycling, composting, and community stewardship, but the topic doesn't need to be limited to these! If it's green, it might be shared as a BC Green Games project!


Community Coaches

Looking for help with research or in-class inspiration? Consider asking people or organizations in your community to act as a Community Coach. A Community Coach is a person or organization you choose to help you with your project. A great coach might be an environmental organization, a local government representative, a custodian, a farmer or a parent.

Connecting with a Community Coach can be a great way to motivate teams and get more deeply involved in a topic. 

See our list of
Community Coaches

Annual Reports

Take a look at our BC Green Games Final Reports:


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