In this edition, a game show inspires Langley Township students with environmental learning, Surrey shows off its cycling infrastructure during Bike to Work Week, and Feeding the 5000 turns recovered food into a free lunch and a food waste lesson.
Gamification Gets Results with Planet Protector Environmental Education Program
Making a game of environmental education is delivering results in Langley. The Planet Protector game show mixes quizzes, activities, and video segments to make learning an engaging experience that has these students eager to share their knowledge. link to story
Surrey Showcases Cycling Infrastructure Improvements During Bike to Work Week
Over 11,000 people participated in Bike to Work Week across Metro Vancouver, including those who took advantage of Surrey’s growing cycling infrastructure. See how the city is encouraging use of its bike paths, bike lanes, and end-of-trip amenities. link to story
Feeding the 5000 Kicks Off Love Food Hate Waste Campaign with Free Lunch
Who says there’s no free lunch? Metro Vancouver’s Love Food Hate Waste campaign kicked off with Feeding the 5000, a free event where recovered food was used to create thousands of servings of lunch and highlight the issues surrounding food waste. link to story
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