World leaders are now positioning themselves for (hopefully) meaningful action on climate change at the UNCCC in Paris at the end of next year.
Our kids will be the beneficiaries of these decisions and also the ones who will be the main saviours or polluters over the next century.
So how do we guide our children to help ensure our planet's sustainability for future generations?
Kids love to mimic their parents (when they’re young at least) and setting good habits in place will last a lifetime.
Phillip Squire, Sustainability’s Trust’s CE, with four young children, has the following tips for starting your own kids on the road to a more sustainable lifestyle:
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