COP26: Climate education pack launched for UK schools

Michael Holder
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Boris Johnson is set to visit a school in Cornwall having flown from London for the G7 summit | Credit: iStock
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Boris Johnson is set to visit a school in Cornwall having flown from London for the G7 summit | Credit: iStock

Education resources designed to 'encourage student climate leaders to come forward as an inspiration to others'

The government is ramping up its efforts to engage the UK public with the climate crisis ahead of the crucial COP26 Summit in Glasgow later this year, as it today launched an education pack for schools...

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