World Conservation Award


Scouts develop and demonstrate positive environmental attitudes, knowledge and skills. This helps them protect and preserve the local environment, so flora and fauna can continue to thrive and the quality of the local habitat can be enhanced.1


  1. Complete at least 2 Challenge Badges in the environmental category.
  2. Choose a conservation issue of importance to Canada and the world, and complete a project that includes some recognizable work in your community. Make a presentation, display or report describing your project, and the global importance of the issue. You may complete the project as an individual or in a group. Examples might include global warming, acid rain, endangered species, etc; and
  3. Take a leading role in planning and conducting an activity of your choice which focuses on the concept "Think Globally, Act Locally" .

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