ItsOurWorld event

25th May 2001 at 01:00
Under-18s with an interest in environmental issues can play a part in an ItsOurWorld event, which takes place on June 5 at the Science Museum in London. More than 500 secondary school pupils from the UK have been invited to the debate on global warming. Also attending will be environmentalists, academics, representativesfrom the US and UK governments, and industry executives. Non-attendees can follow the issues online and teachers can download a study pack. Students can also fill in the online petition which will be handed to the Prime Minister.

Weblinks www.itsourworld.org.uk

Yolanda Brooks yolanda.brooks@tes.co.uk


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