Is your school cool enough to take the challenge?
Published Wednesday 18th November 2009
For the second year running, Suffolk's Climate Change Partnership is inviting the county's young people to get involved and take up the climate change challenge.
High school students are being challenged to produce a new communication tool that will motivate their peers around the issue of climate change - and will enthuse them to take action.
Dame Ellen MacArthur presented last year's successful students with their prizes at the Creating the Greenest County conference, and the winning entries were also shown in Europe at the Brussels Open Day. Winners can be seen on www.greensuffolk.org/schools/awards_and_funding.
The competition is open to any Suffolk students aged 11 to 19. Entries are invited from teams of up to six students. Schools may enter more than one team, but only one entry per team is permitted. Each school participating will need to identify an adult to act as the main school contact for the Cool Suffolk team.
For more information, visit www.greensuffolk.org or call 0800 02 88 938.