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Kids can come and learn about environment

Highlight Published 18 Aug 2006 Last modified 13 Apr 2011, 09:55 PM
This summer the EEA Information Centre has been giving environmental talks to groups of schoolchildren visiting the "Spirit of the wild" photo exhibition on Kongens Nytorv. The exhibition shows 100 huge wildlife photos by the world famous nature photographer - Steve Bloom.

Malene Bruun, EEA Information Centre makes complex environmental issues understandable for fifth graders from Islands Brygge in Copenhagen.

This summer the EEA Information Centre has been giving environmental talks to groups of schoolchildren visiting the "Spirit of the wild" photo exhibition on Kongens Nytorv. The exhibition shows 100 huge wildlife photos by the world famous nature photographer - Steve Bloom.

The talks are part of a partnership between the EEA and Earthmatters (http://uk.earthmatters.dk/ ) - the exhibition's organisers. The Agency has also provided an "environmental timeline" poster, and articles on climate change, the ecological footprint and sustainable development for the exhibition brochure.

Teachers interested in the EEA's "Environment for Kids" talks should contact the EEA Information Centre on (0045) 33 36 72 55 or e-mail carlotta.fuentes@eea.europa.eu. "Spirit of the wild" is open 24-7 and runs until 22 October 2006 before moving on to Stockholm, London and Amsterdam.

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