By Euro Weekly News Media • 22 April 2015 • 13:45
A NEW, nationwide campaign on climate change has been launched at Santa Teresa school in Marbella.
Aimed at primary school children, the campaign was presented by local mayor Angeles Muñoz and will be entering classrooms all over Spain in an aim to raise youngsters’ awareness on what climate change is and what can be done to fight it.
A video introducing 12 ‘eco-tips’, one for each month of the year, suggests simple steps children can understand and help make, including saving water and electricity, recycling and taking care of nature.
Calendars, cut-outs, stickers and educational material will be distributed at schools across the country.
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