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Take 3 for Climate Justice

Register your team today for an opportunity to hear Bill Nye the Science Guy address the impact of climate change on human rights.

Register today for our climate and human rights youth action challenge

Are you a student or teacher passionate about the environment and concerned about the impact of climate change on human rights? We're inviting you to take part in our Take 3 challenge! This opportunity offers 400 Manitoba middle school and high school students a chance to explore this hot topic, work with their classmates to look at the impacts, and get an opportunity to hear Bill Nye the Science Guy in person! 

Here's how it works

A school team, which is limited to four students and one teacher, must create a 3-Minute Video on a specific theme associated with climate change action*

  1. REGISTER your student team by December 18, 2019 (click on image below).
  2. SUBMIT a 3-minute video on this web page between November 16 to December 18, 2019. Your team's video should address the impact of climate change on human rights.**

What is the goal of Take 3?

The Manitoba education curriculum includes studies that support sustainable futures, global citizenship and student leadership. Take 3 for Climate Justice aims to highlight these core goals by engaging students to look at the impact of climate change on human rights. Our goal is to inspire action to protect the environment.

Register your team now


* If there is more than one team in a school, the school must determine its own criteria in establishing the official entry to Take 3 for Climate Justice.

** The themes explored in the videos should be directly linked to the Sustainable Development Goals, and Manitoba curricula outcomes related to sustainable futures, global citizenship and student leadership.

For more information, check out our frequently asked questions (FAQs).