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Article by Caroline Knight | 1st April 2019

Kent Gets Set To Take Some Green Action

2019 is the Kent Year of Green Action, based on the government’s national Year of Green Action campaign and driven by KCC’s Kent Environment Strategy. 

So what counts as ‘green action’? Any event or activity that is beneficial to the environment such as making a school wildlife pond, putting up bird boxes, planting trees, making a garden, saving electricity, collecting litter, and much more, naturally. These are all actions that help people connect with their environment whilst protecting wildlife and enhancing the school in a ‘green’ way. 

Dream up something green, put it into action and tell others all about it using social media, including the hashtag #KentGreenAction. Schools and pupils aged 5-14 years can also join in with Kent Children’s University’s Year of Green Action Challenge. 

• For more information, visit kentchildrensuniversity.co.uk 

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