The UK has launched environment education packs for future green leaders

The UK has launched environment education packs for future green leaders

Environment education packs have been launched to engage more students on the fight against climate change and engage students in conversations about tackling climate change. This launch in schools as gone ahead, prior to the UK hosting the COP26 climate summit this year.

The Together for Our Planet Schools Pack, which can be found on the COP26 website and sent to UK schools, has been launched to help more students have further education about the climate change summit in Glasgow. The packs also includes a guide for starting and running a green assembly, it also contains green ideas like ‘walk a school’ week and further resources created by WWF and TED Talks to assist and support schools.

This content focuses on identifying the future UK student climate leaders and young people currently contributing to the fight against climate change.

‘To launch our #TogetherForOurPlanet Schools Pack, COP26 spokeswoman @AllegraCOP26 held a “Green Assembly” with pupils to find out what steps they are taking to tackle #ClimateChange, and what #COP26 means to them’. –  COP26 (@COP26) June 10, 2021

COP26 President-Designate Alok Sharma said: “The role of young people in tackling climate change, one of the greatest challenges of our generation, will be crucial.

“I am delighted to see this school pack being launched today which will be made available right across the UK so that pupils can bring discussion and debate on the environment directly to their classrooms.

“It will be exciting to see young people engage on this pressing issue ahead of COP26.”

The UK has launched environment education packs for future green leaders

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