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Tue, Sep 13


Zoom Call

Live Q&A for Kids: Be an Eco Advocate!

Don't miss out on this opportunity for your kids to get inspired to take action for a better, more sustainable future. Our guest speaker this month is a multi-award winning educator who specializes in coordinating memorable and impactful eco events with kids!

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Live Q&A for Kids: Be an Eco Advocate!
Live Q&A for Kids: Be an Eco Advocate!

Time & Location

Sep 13, 2022, 1:00 PM – 1:30 PM EDT

Zoom Call

About the event

This event will be a bit more like a "show and tell" with Q&A included. That means you and your family will have opportunities to talk about different ways you've taken action for sustainability and share those stories, so come to this event with pictures ready if you have them!  

The questions may come easier for your kids during the presentation as they get inspired, but if they are curious about anything related to what they can do as kids to make a difference, send them here!

By the end of this session, your kids will ...

  • see what other kids their age have done in regards to social impact
  • learn about what they could do at home
  • be inspired to take action with projects you can do right after the call!

About the Speaker: Edd Moore, Multi-Award Winning Teacher & Eco Coordinator

Edd Moore has been at the forefront of education around the environment and sustainability for the last ten years. He has built up the Primary School's Eco work from a blank canvas to one of the top Eco-Schools in the country embedding the environment into the school's curriculum. 

Edd has led the school he has worked for to win multiple national environment awards including Eco-Schools' Eco Primary School of the Year, Surfers Against Sewage Schools Champion of the Year,  Jane Goodall Roots, and Shoots UK Best School of the Year to name a few.  Edd teaches the future generations about sustainability - creating initiatives and programs that are shaping not only his pupils' futures but that of the schools he works with.

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