Difference between revisions of "Troop Specialty Challenge Badge"

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* [http://www.scouts.ca/sites/default/files/Scouts-Specialty-Geocaching.pdf Scouts Geocaching Badge]
 
* [http://www.scouts.ca/sites/default/files/Scouts-Specialty-Geocaching.pdf Scouts Geocaching Badge]
  
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== From [[Climate Change Challenge Badge]] ==
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(As listed in the [http://www.scouts.ca/sites/default/files/S-ClimateChangeChallengeAppendix.pdf Climate Change Challenge - Scout Handbook Pages]
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# After exploring ways to improve the energy efficiency of your home, educate others as to how they may improve their own homes (e.g. information booth; pamphlet, etc.).  Provide estimates of the energy, money and GHGs saved by using an online calculator (www.climatechange.gc.ca or www.scouts.ca).
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# Adopt a location in the community where cars are often seen idling (school yard, sports facility) and launch a noidling campaign to decrease idling in this location.  Resources can be found at: http://oee.nrcan.gc.ca/transportation/personal/idling.cfm
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“# Organize a tire pressure clinic. Visit www.betiresmart.ca to find out more about this program.
  
 
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Revision as of 14:17, 16 March 2013

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Contents

Purpose

To provide a way to recognize a Troop that has a special interest.

Requirements

  1. The Troop will decide on the requirements for this badge.
  2. The Scout leader must send a copy of the badge requirements to the local Scout council for information.
  3. A Troop may have only one Specialty badge at a time.
  4. A Troop may change its Specialty badge once a year if it wishes.

Program Suggestions

From Climate Change Challenge Badge

(As listed in the Climate Change Challenge - Scout Handbook Pages

  1. After exploring ways to improve the energy efficiency of your home, educate others as to how they may improve their own homes (e.g. information booth; pamphlet, etc.). Provide estimates of the energy, money and GHGs saved by using an online calculator (www.climatechange.gc.ca or www.scouts.ca).
  2. Adopt a location in the community where cars are often seen idling (school yard, sports facility) and launch a noidling campaign to decrease idling in this location. Resources can be found at: http://oee.nrcan.gc.ca/transportation/personal/idling.cfm

“# Organize a tire pressure clinic. Visit www.betiresmart.ca to find out more about this program.