Climate Clubs: making kids keen for power bills

Kids may love sport and competing, but do they love the environment?

The University of Technology, Sydney’s (UTS) Institute of Sustainable Futures believes children can learn to appreciate our natural environment.

That’s if they’re taught to do so through fun and games.

Amy Rathbone has the report.

Photo: Amy Rathbone.

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3 responses to “Climate Clubs: making kids keen for power bills

  1. It’s very admirable to be teaching kids great eco-friendly habits. It should be part of the curriculum to get kids actively involved in helping the environment. There are far too many people happy to pollute, waste electricity etc and its a result of poor habits being fostered at a young age. Education is the key here really. Keep up the good work Climate Clubs

  2. Absolutely agree – making young people individually environmentally aware has to be part of the curriculum from day care and pre-school onwards. When I was at school I remember doing Home Economics, which was kind of similar, and I still remember the basic points even now…

  3. It is so good to see young children get involved and be environmentally active at such a young age. I think more adults should take note of this and incorporate more of these simple gestures to better their power bills and more, so the environment!

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