Perth NRM and CSBP have teamed up to create the CSBP Coastal Connections Challenge, a coastal education and action program for people aged between 12-18 in the Southern Metro region. We're looking for organisations to sign up teams now.
Do you know a young person who loves the beach and wants to make a difference on our coasts? Try the CSBP Coastal Connections Challenge!
We’re looking for teams of young people to come together and identify coastal conservation issues and develop real‐world project and address these issues with the support of their peers, scientists, artists, conservationists, and educators.
The CSBP Coastal Connections Challenge starts with a FREE two‐day event to raise awareness and empower teams of young people to take real action on coastal issues, with the opportunity to design, deliver and showcase a practical project by June.
CSBP Coastal Connections Challenge
March 26 & 27
Gary Holland Community Centre, Rockingham
Developed in partnership between CSBP and Perth NRM, the Challenge makes direct links between conservation values, sustainability, STEM and school curriculum. Speakers will include youth leaders, scientists and coastal experts.
Schools and youth‐oriented groups are encouraged to register their interest in nominating a youth team (or two) for the 2021 CSBP Coastal Connections Challenge by Friday 12 March, 2021.
An overview of the program and its objectives can be found here.
The Challenge is open to schools and youth‐orientated groups (Scouts, Guides, etc) in the Southern Metropolitan Perth area.
Head to the website to register a team for your organisation and get updates on programming and speakers.
We acknowledge and appreciate the support of all our partners, supporters, funding bodies and sponsors.