With modelling paste animals, Glasgow's young people are starting a campaign to raise awareness on water pollution, with a particular focus on the Clyde.
The students of St Paul’s Youth Forum have decorated their bikes with leaves and organised a peaceful march to invite everyone to take their bikes instead of their cars.
The pupils imagined several ideas for a campaign to shed light on the benefits of the Castleton Food Pantry
If we add up all the items of clothing thrown away by each person in the UK, we could reach almost to the moon! The Almost To The Moon campaign aims to raise awareness on the impact of clothing on our planet.
The students from Hollybrook Academy have realised that they are exposed to a lot of air pollution because of car traffic near their playground. They had the idea to have a green living wall to reduce the impact of this.
Meet the pupils of St Anne's, and discover their news broadcast as well as their song to address climate change!
Everyone deserves to be able to feel an artwork! This creation from Langlands Primary pupils can be touched in order to discover these playful penguins.
Meet the Treesitters! The pupils from St Albert’s P4 have been learning about peaceful protest by protecting the tree in their backyard!
The pupils of St Conval’s P7 have written and drawn books about imaginary animals, such as The Lonely Tree, Izzy the Octopus, or Bubbles the Dolphins to invite us to take action.
This watercolour painting shows how humans are now struggling to defend our planet. Working with local artists in residence, students are exploring the ways in which we can lighten this heavy load.
Our Earth is torn apart between flood and fires! Let's save her! St Mungo's Arts and Design Academy have been discussing ways to save the planet, using this graphic artwork as a stimulus.
Samwise was our first contributor! This cute seal, lost between plastic bags in the water, raises awareness of water pollution - one of the biggest problems that our planet faces.
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