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* The Transport Emissions Assessment Pack from The National Society for Clean Air and Environmental Protection contains cross-curricular activities for KS3-4 students. Supported by East Sussex County Council, it examines the local and global impact of our transport systems. It has been distributed to secondary schools. Further copies pound;4 each (25 per cent discount on orders of 10 or more). Details: Mary Stevens, NSCA, 136 North Street, Brighton BN1 1RG, tel: 01273 326313.

* The Pedestrian Association's Walking Class guide aims to get children walking to school and so reduce pollution and accidents on the "school run". It contains 20 case studies of successful Walk to School projects and advises how to run a Walk to School campaign. pound;8 from the Walk to School Project, 3rd Floor, 31-33 Bondway, London SW8 1SJ, tel: 0171 820 1010.

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