KIKORI Secondary School, in Gulf ,will stage a Plant-for-the-Planet Academy in collaboration with Plant-for-the-Planet Foundation of Munich, Germany, on June 5 to coincide with the World Environment Day.
The one day event will give children the opportunity to learn important facts about the causes and effects of the climate crises and become educated as climate justice ambassadors as members of a worldwide network of committed children.
Already more than 12,000 children have been empowered to become climate justice ambassadors since its inception in 2007.
In addition, the Plant-for-the-Planet Academies are recognised as an official project of the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development – an educational concept that imparts sustainable thoughts and actions to children and adults.
The lead moderator will be Pavel Mella of Plant-for-the-Planet Foundation, with from Osbourne Terry from the school’s social science department helping.
The participation at the academies is free for all children.
Terry is calling on sponsors from locally-based business houses or public entities.
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