The first week of March brings us Climate Week now in its fourth year. its on from the 4th to the 10th March
Each year over half a million people attend around 3000 events in Britain’s biggest environmental occasion. The events are run by Charities, Schools, Businesses and Councils, to name but a few, and you can get involved too by registering yours at the Climate Week website. Events include competitions, quizzes, conferences, bike rides, open days, debates and much much more. To find your nearest available event just enter your postcode at the Climate Week website.
The website provides great tips on how to celebrate Climate Week at home with tips such as Eco DIY, Green Cuisine and Kicking out the Can in partnership with Crown Paints, quick, simple steps to help make things more sustainable in your home. I’ll be writing for Climate Week in the near future and will of course keep you up to date of future events.
You can also find great resource Challenge packs for schools for children of all ages, with ideas ranging in suitability for as young as nurseries right up to Higher Education Level. There are also packs available for workplaces.
Can you really afford not to get involved?