Get outside and take photos of the nature around you.
If you join a community science project, like Project Noah or iNaturalist, you can upload your photos and even help contribute to active research.
Watch a nature video or documentary about sustainability
Some of our favourites which have been featured in our dome include:
Reconnect with your relationship with the natural world and learn from others
Nature is not apart from us. It is a part of us.
Reflect on your relationship with your place and the natural world. Hear from four UBC experts as they share Indigenous knowledge and the importance of the technology of relationships to combat our climate emergency.
Inspire care for our planet
Share an enlightening article or video you watched with a friend or family member.
Let this Earth Hour be the spark that creates a movement. Even better, let us know too! We are always looking to learn more and hear what you are learning about too.
Invite your friends and family to watch the sunset ‘golden hour’ together
Golden hour typically happens 15-30 minutes after sunset, or for the early birds, 25-30 minutes before sunrise. This is a helpful sun calculator to help you plan!
Have a meal together using a sustainable recipe
Incorporating more plants reduces the carbon footprint of your plant. Using the entire ingredient when you are cooking reduces waste. Looking for sustainably sourced seafood and local ingredients are all great ways to make your recipe more sustainable.
Want to know more and you are a teen? Join us at SWEET: FOOD! a Science World Extravagant Evening for Teens.
Restore our planet
Volunteer with a local restoration-focused community group or organization
Help pull invasive species. Monitor BC’s marshes and do species counts. Participate in a community or shoreline clean up.
There are lots of folks getting the hands dirty making our natural spaces healthier. Join them!
Read what some of the experts recommended as high-impact actions
We pulled together some science-backed resolutions for a better BC. From eating plants to donating clothing, every action helps protect our planet.
Spend some time gardening this spring