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Green Day

A climate change activity kit for schools

Third edition of the popular activity kit providing ideas and resources for holding a school 'green day', making it a sustainable place in which to learn and play.

Cover of Green Day: A climate change activity kit for schools

Green Day

Green Day is an event that helps to make schools sustainable. It will inspire pupils and colleagues in your school to learn about climate change and how it relates to the buildings and spaces around them.

It should not be an isolated event but aims to act as a springboard to make schools more sustainable in the long term. Green Day is promoted by CABE, the government’s independent advisor on architecture, urban design and public space.

Find out more about the Green Day initiative.

Published on 23 March 2010