What Will You Do With Your $100?

By now, if you’re a B.C. resident, you’ve probably received your $100 Climate Action Dividend from the B.C. government. If you’re still considering what to do with it, check out the dozens of climate action projects on this site to which you can contribute.

We’ll award $500 cash prizes to the 5 projects with the highest rating/votes. Voting closes July 25, so vote for your favourite projects today!

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Location:Kootenay Rockies

Org Type:Non-profit

Project Lead:Barry Moore

Contact:edge...@telus.net

Website:

A Regional Steam-HorsePower Expo to bring together the engineers, farmers and co-ops that are needed to rebuild alternative energy units for agricultural needs - those based on steam (which will run on almost anything) and horse power, which are fueled by the product land they work on. The purpose is to decrease the present absolute reliance on fossil fuels in the new alternative agriculture based on healthy, local and regional production.

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4.126985
Average: 4.1 (63 votes)

Location:Vancouver Coast

Org Type:Non-profit

Project Lead:Zo Ann Morten

Contact:ZoA...@PSkF.ca

Website:http://www.PSkF.ca

We will be assessing the quality and quantity of salmon habitat above the barriers in order to prioritize the sites to be addressed first.
Our mapping and monitoring protocols are from the Streamkeepers Handbook and Modules - we will be doing Modules One, Two, Three and Four.
To find out more about our protocols please go to http://www.pskf.ca/publications/handbook.html
If you are interested in volunteering, please call 604-986-5059.

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4.267855
Average: 4.3 (56 votes)

Location:Kootenay Rockies

Org Type:Individual

Project Lead:Willy Ens

Contact:will...@ymail.com

Website:

Help Reduce Pollution and Increase Fuel Efficiency in the Greenest of Green Efforts.

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3.28125
Average: 3.3 (32 votes)

Location:Vancouver Coast

Org Type:Non-profit

Project Lead:Mark Bomford

Contact:mark...@ubc.ca

Website:http://www.landfood.ubc.ca/ubcfarm

The UBC Farm explores and demonstrates ways to reduce the impact of the food system on climate change with the “Changing the Food System to Change the Climate” project.

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4.87008
Average: 4.9 (1093 votes)