#PowerShiftMsia collaborated with Eco Campus Management Centre (EMC) and UMS Borneo Marine Research Institute to run a four-day climate action training camp at Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Kota Kinabalu. The camp was sponsored by Global Environment Facility (GEF), Small Grants Programme (SGP) and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), completed with mentors and trainings to equip their participants with the necessary tools and skills to work on projects/ideas to improve environment among Sabah community. BSBCC send off two of our staffs from the Environment Education Unit, Mdm. Risnayati and Ms. Melynda to participate in the camp. The training camp served as a capacity platform and has been emphasizing on different useful aspects, escpecially in project management, creative campaigning, community engagement, media and communications, and policy learning. It is also an experience to strenghthen climate/environmental knowledge, besides generating ideas to make a difference in tackling climate change and environmental issues in the Sabah community. Participants from a whole range of youth were selected in joining the training, from local postgraduates to students from Politeknik Sandakan and the non-profit group from BENTERAKATA. We are excited to bring in the skills that we have just learnt into our education modules.