Chester Zoo and MBNA launch new education project

MBNA and Chester Zoo have teamed up to teach and inspire young people around climate change and sustainability.

The new programme addresses some of the rising issues impacting the planet including unsustainable travel, the meat trade, single use plastics and fast fashion.

The project will deliver multiple workshops with 1,500 young people aged 10 – 14 years old, from primary and secondary schools across the north west, with each participant also being given a free family ticket to Chester Zoo.

For the full story, see Chester Standard.

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