In collaboration with esteemed institutions, the Human and Nature Youth Club introduces transformative opportunities for high school students to delve into pressing research subjects that hold the key to shaping our future. These programs are meticulously crafted to empower young minds with the knowledge and insights needed to lead in the fields of climate change and sustainability. Through our programs, students will learn to engage in active research participation, fostering a deeper connection and furthering their passion and intelligence for the betterment of both the scientific community and society at large.
Introducing five pillar topics in-depth: plants, animals, abiotic factors, ecosystems and sustainability
Discussions and challenges
Paired with each unit to encourage students to apply their knowledge, think creatively and think critically about environmental issues
Outdoor field trips
Including trips to clean energy sites and Indigenous forests (subject to change)
Aimed to challenge students to synthesize and evaluate their knowledge, innovate and problem solve and take ownership of current environmental issues
Focus on teamwork, leadership, activism, passion and perseverance
Opportunities to take initiative, self-guide projects and lead teams in environmental activism
Our current Youth Research programs:
Human and Nature Youth Club is partnering with the University of British Columbia Faculty of Forestry to start the CM30 Youth Research Lab, a lab aimed at providing high school students with the opportunity to research on the Carbon Trading Market. The goal is to equip future generations with the knowledge to lead climate change and sustainability solutions.
Human and Nature Youth Club is partnering with the Sauder School of Business to start the SF30 Youth Research Lab, a lab aimed at providing high school students with the opportunity to research on a Sustainable Finance topic. The goal is to equip future generations with the knowledge to lead climate change and sustainability solutions.