Let's Go Zero: Ikea launches competition to help schools become more sustainable

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Let's Go Zero: Ikea launches competition to help schools become more sustainable

Children at four schools will see their eco-friendly designs brought to life in partnership with the retail giant

A competition that encourages children to design initiatives that help make their school more sustainable has today been launched by furniture giant Ikea. Dubbed Let's Go Zero, the competition is a...

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