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Youth can become Home Flood Protector superheroes by leading their families in practical action to protect homes from flooding.
July 29, 2020
Inspire students to reduce waste by applying a remake, reuse, and recycle model in creating an entirely new product from recycled materials.
Sustainable Cities and Communities
By building their own working model of an electric vehicle, students will learn about the electrification of transportation.
Teach students to be environmentally friendly at home by making small retrofits and adopting behaviour changes towards using energy a little more wisely.
Create an energy storage model so students can learn more about how renewable energy is stored and harnessed into electricity.
Turn youth into energy engineers by challenging them to design, build and test the working model of any renewable energy technology!
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