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A 'Dam' Good Day Out!
Fifty-eight primary students from ten schools across Central Otago and the Queenstown Lakes District gathered together in Clyde for a day to learn about energy and to visit the Clyde Dam. The students started the day with a mini-energy audit which got them thinking about some of the ways they use energy now, what forms that energy takes and where it comes from...
Enviroschools Students Make Moves to Build Relationship with Local Council
Waitaki Girls' High School Envirogroup is working hard to develop their own sustainability projects. They recently approached their local Council to engage Mayor Gary Kircher, to have a discussion about how the Council plans to mitigate environmental impacts today, and in future.
Otago Students Proud of Their School's Sustainability Journey
Waitati Primary School is a vibrant country school north of Dunedin – an Enviroschool since 2002. Robyn Zink, Regional Co-ordinator for Otago Enviroschools, spent time chatting to students at Waitati about their Enviroschools journey and the value of reflection...
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Pupils dine out on sustainable packaging
Plastic, plastic everywhere, whatever can we do? That was the question pupils at Weston School, near Oamaru, asked of Oamaru restaurant Midori, which, as it turned out, was more than...