Oct 25, 2009

UN Climate Change Conference

Our School has participated in the introductory seminar of "Things Talk", an international climate and waste art project for children conducted by Cross Cultures Project Association (CCPA).
The education project, Things Talk - Children, Climate Change, and Waste Art, aims to provide the children of the world with an opportunity to be heard in the global debate on climate change. Things Talk creates a global platform, where children can get a chance to speak about their ideas, concerns and future dreams in relation to how climate changes will affect the world they live in both locally and globally. The project is also about experiencing and sharing one's experiences, dreams and thoughts with others. It is therefore possible for all classes that complete the project, to share photos and thoughts with children in other parts of the country and the world.
Special thanks to the UN for giving us the opportunity to be part of this program.
For more information, visit: Things Talk

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