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  • Writer's pictureEymie Labbe

Youth Climate Corps BC - Vancouver: A Promising Start


In the heart of Vancouver, an inspiring journey has begun. The inaugural Youth Climate Corps BC (YCCBC) - Vancouver team has taken flight, ready to embark on a mission that promises to drive climate action and community engagement. Led by the dedicated coordinator, Sam Kutyauripo, this remarkable team is set to make a profound impact in the lower mainland. The first-ever YCCBC program in Vancouver is a significant milestone. Collaborating with partners like CityHive, Eon Electric, The Hub, and the Vancouver Hastings Climate Action Team, this dedicated crew is all set to embark on projects aimed at enhancing climate resilience and promoting sustainable practices. These initiatives promise to make Vancouver a shining example of environmental stewardship.

Partnership and Support None of this would be possible without the generous support of Coast Capital, Eon Electric, and the Houssain Foundation. Their commitment to the YCCBC Vancouver crew's cause is a testament to the importance of empowering youth in the fight against climate change.

An Exciting Journey Ahead The first week for the YCCBC Vancouver team marked the beginning of a transformative journey. As they gather as a team and prepare to gain leadership skills in their role as climate ambassadors for the city of Vancouver, there's an air of excitement and optimism.

Stay tuned for more updates from YCCBC Vancouver. The road ahead is filled with promise, and together, they are poised to make a real difference in their communities and inspire change far beyond the city's boundaries.

The YCCBC Vancouver team is not just a group of young individuals; they are the architects of a sustainable and resilient future. As they work tirelessly to confront the climate crisis head-on, they invite us all to be part of this journey towards a greener, more sustainable world. Let's support and celebrate their dedication and passion for a better tomorrow. 🌿 #YCCBCVancouver #ClimateAction #YouthLeadership



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