AYURA

's Goal is to run at least km during the Great Climate Race

Progress: total distance run so far 0km

Pledging to support at a rate of $0.25/km would raise about 0, if the goal is reached!

Runner Diary

Total distance run: 0km

How it works

While is clocking up the distance on foot, all you need to do is let him know you have his back! For each kilometer he runs, you can sponsor him any amount you like. Of course you can set a cap of the maximum you'd like to donate. You won’t pay until the road trip is over, and you will be notified at the time with the total distance run and the amount of your contribution. Thanks for letting know that with every step he runs you will be supporting him.

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Ben West

The Tsleil-Waututh Nation (pronounced Slay-Wa-Tuth) are the people of Burrad Inlet. They have lived in the area around what we now know as Vancouver for thousands of years. They have become a leading voice in the discussion of energy issues in Canada because they have not given their consent to a new proposed pipeline and oil tankers in their territory because it is a risk too great to accept. The Tsleil-Waututh Nation is building a new administrative building and health centre in North Vancouver which will be completed in the Fall of 2017. The project will include a grid-tied solar PV project that will reduce the energy demands of the new buildings and put approximately 47,000 kwh a year on to the local electricity grid.

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