Meet Eco - he has been decorated sustainably and 'watches over' and supports the eco-warriors in caring for the environment. This brings what they are doing to life - they love telling him what they are doing for tthe planet. Cute x ... See MoreSee Less
Are you still serving beef on your nursery menu? Many of us have stopped now so if you haven't perhaps consider it. Livestock farming has a vast environmental footprint. It contributes to land and water degradation, biodiversity loss, acid rain, coral reef degeneration and deforestation. Nowhere is this impact more apparent than climate change – livestock farming contributes 18% of human produced greenhouse gas emissions worldwide. other experiences of your sustainable menu changes would be gratefully heard.... x ... See MoreSee Less
As a very rural setting in Devon and Somerset we buy our meat (beef included) from farms within 5 miles of the nursery, this provides jobs for our farmers (about 40% of my parents) and stops us using food which has had to travel miles......
Beef will continue to be on our menu! Lots of other foods have a vast environmental impact especially those shipped from the other side of the world.
C 7 million tonnes of food waste goes to UK landfill per year. This is a major cause of climate change producing harmful methane and CO2. Is anyone doing their bit by composting or even starting a wormery? We'd love to hear if you have to help others do the same... #snapforchange... See MoreSee Less
Another great team training session last night. We always have an informative and fun time when we get together. Everyone is so dedicated to improving practice and outcomes for children. Well done all, brilliant evening as always x … See MoreSee Less
Today at 11:30 I and 15 other children from around the world filed a legal complaint against 5 nations over the climate crisis through the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
These 5 nations are the largest emitters that have ratified the convention.