Destination Conservation (DC) is a multi-year, practical, student-driven, activity-based program that brings environmental education alive in schools. DC increases sustainability by developing leadership teams in schools that conserve energy and water, reduce waste and protect the environment while tracking their impact and measuring the financial benefits. These teams are comprised of students, teachers, principals, custodians and parents who work together with community partners to implement school-wide campaigns.Get Started »
Since 2003, Destination Conservation has been offered in more than 350 schools in 19 school districts in B.C. and Alberta, reaching more than 100,000 students. During the 2009 / 2010 school year, DC schools are estimated to have saved 17,000 gigajoules of natural gas and 3.7 million kilowatt hours of electricity; enough to power over 325 average North American homes for one year.More about us »
Canyon Heights Elementary
To turn off the lights in empty classrooms (& shut down computers) so we conserve energy in our school and save energy costs for lighting.