PBI Leadership Camps are focused on creating community change leaders who want to advocate—either personally or through their organization—for greenhouse gas reductions to save polar bears. Attendees arrive receptive, eager, and creative. They leave educated, inspired, and empowered to make a difference.
Campers observe polar bears in the wild and learn about climate change first-hand from experts while aboard mobile classrooms on the tundra near Churchill, Manitoba. PBI Leadership Camps:
- Focus on polar bears, their sea ice habitat, and what can be done to ensure their survival
- Offer structured and unstructured sessions presented by renowned scientists, educators, and community members
- Emphasize knowledge, judgment, and action
Schedule, Blogs & Bios
In 2013 we're taking a year off from camp to focus on supporting and re-energizing ambassadors we've trained in the past—250 of them to date! Curious about past camp experiences? Meet 2012 participants and read their blogs: Zookeeper Leadership Camp, Teen Leadership Camp, Communicators Leadership Camp.
Learn more in our Leadership Camp FAQ.
PBI is immensely grateful to our major sponsor, Frontiers North Adventures, for the complimentary use of its Tundra Buggies®; to Canada Goose for tundra-proof outerwear; to Sheraton Four Points Winnipeg Airport Hotel for lodging; and to Calm Air for discounted flights. Thanks, too, to our educational partners, Manitoba Conservation and Parks Canada.