TOPIC 1 (2019/20)

 

PLASTIC: WHOSE RESPONSIBILITY?

Ensuring the sustainable utilisation of resources is a key step that individuals can take to reduce our collective impact on the environment, including the use of and disposal of plastic. Plastics in the environment impact environmental, wildlife and human health, with a legacy that will last for generations. However, who is responsible for their ubiquitous use and poor disposal? If we are to change the world, who needs to lead the charge?

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KEY STAGE 3 SCHOOL EVENT 

13th November 2020, London

Workshops followed by a discussion panel, combining expertise from many fields, will increase student knowledge about plastics, biodiversity and how we can all play a role in finding solutions.

Open to Key Stage 3 students, this exciting event is now open for sign up on a first-come first-served basis. 

Contributors include award winning children’s author Lauren St John, contemporary artist John Dyer and Co-Founder of A Plastic Planet, Sian Sutherland. 

For more information and to download the sign up form, please click below:

GREAT DEBATE: PLASTIC: TAKING RESPONSIBILITY

We've teamed up with science and wildlife presenter Liz Bonnin to create a special video to introduce this important topic...

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