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Watch this video to find out how small everyday actions can have a positive impact on the environment.

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Did you know we use clean and renewable electricity to power homes and schools across the province? That’s because here in B.C. our electricity is powered by water. Using clean energy is one way we can reduce greenhouse gas emissions and combat climate change. This fall, we’re inviting youths to take their own climate action and join our Acts of Clean Challenge.

An ‘act of clean’ is an action that helps us reduce our carbon footprint. Each week as part of this challenge, we're going to issue three acts of clean you can take part in. An act such as turning off the light when you leave a room helps us use less energy and when we use less energy we can reduce our impact on climate change. Many small acts combined can have a big impact on the environment and you might even be taking some of these steps already.

Starting October 4, youth ages 5-17 are invited to take part in our four-week climate action challenge. Each week you successfully complete a challenge is a step towards combating climate change and another chance to win some great prizes.

Participants will need to be signed up by a teacher, community group leader, parent or guardian. You can sign up as a class, household or community group. Once you’ve signed up you’ll receive an email with more information about each of the weekly challenges, the prizes, and some fun livestream events.

Join us to complete 10,000 #ActsOfClean this fall and let’s take action against climate change together.

BC Hydro is collecting the personal information you provide on this form in order to complete your registration for this challenge and to administer prizing. Your information is collected in accordance with section 26(c) of the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. If you have questions, please contact kathryn.macdonald@bchydro.com. You may also find more about how BC Hydro handles your personal information in our online privacy policy.

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