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How does Climate Action Happen?

By giving teens the tools to understand the needs of their communities and make a difference.


Travel4Climate isn’t just learning about climate change. This project gets students working together and exploring innovative solutions and emerging technologies to improve their communities. It’s about challenging the narrative of what transportation means and proposing a new path forward.

What's the Path Forward?

Students Will:


Explore their community’s transportation situation and identify needs and opportunities


Calculate greenhouse gas emissions from various transportation methods


Discover emerging technologies and their potential impacts on the environment


Develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills while creating a future-focused innovative local transportation plan

Why Participate?

  • Curriculum-aligned climate unit for educators across the country
  • Free to participate
  • Three ready-made lessons taking approximately six hours of in-class time to complete
  • Authentic and easy-to-implement climate science experience

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This project was undertaken with the financial support of the Government of Canada



10 years Amgen Canada
10 years The Government of Canada
10 years Hibernia
10 years

The Mitchell and Kathryn Baran Family Foundation

5 years Rio Tinto
10 years Trottier Family Foundation

Thank You to our Climate Supporters

NOVA Chemicals
Toyota Canada Foundation
Nutrien Ltd.
General Motors Canada
STEMCELL Technologies