Sustainability: How to Save the Planet

Sustainability: noun

  • avoidance of the depletion of natural resources in order to maintain an ecological balance.

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The world is in a precarious situation. Biodiversity is under constant threat, the climate is changing at an alarming rate and human beings continue to use more and more natural resource. Understandably, our young people are concerned about the future. So, we have developed a workshop outlining the fundamentals of environmental sustainability.

With younger children we will establish the connection between common food items and where they come from and with older children we will discuss meat production, veganism and ecology and how they can be manged to produce positive results for our planet.

Firstly, we’ll explore the environmental impact of keeping animals and discuss why humans have domesticated some animals. We’ll focus on how we can give back to the environment, through regenerative farming, as well as improving the biodiversity of our areas. And finally, we’ll focus on how being in control of our food supply chain can benefit our own health and wellbeing, as well as that of the planet.

By signing-up to our Sustainability workshop you can inspire the next generation to take control of their ecological choices and begin their journey on becoming more environmentally friendly.

Complete the Education & Schools Booking Form*  or Contact us to book your visit & workshop!

*Please note that completing the Education & Schools Booking Form doesn’t confirm your trip. A member of staff will contact you via your designated channel(s) after reviewing the submitted form.

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