We are pleased to announce that we will be running the Mudlarks Project again in 2020 with Hammersmith and Fulham schools. We will continue to focus on plastic pollution of the waterways while linking up with wider environmental concerns such as sustainability and climate change.
The London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham has recently declared a climate emergency and we are aiming to link up with this initiative. For instance, all teachers from participating schools in Mudlarks II will be asked to complete a UN Climate Change Teacher Course which is being delivered in partnership with Harwood Education. Moreover, the Council is keen for each school in the borough to have its own Climate Change Teacher and empower children to play their part in taking action against climate change.
We are very excited about building on last year’s work and are looking forward to working with local schools, LBHF and project partners to reduce plastic pollution and combat climate change in our borough. You can read more about the Mudlarks Project here and in our previous blog here.