World Environment Day Colouring Pages enable children to paint, colour, and collage and can also be used as part of an art and craft experience. World Environment Day is the United Nations day for encouraging worldwide awareness and action to protect our environment.
The Caring For The Environment Posters is great to use to show children and the community how to care for the environment. These are little tips that can be used as reminders of how we can all care for the environment. These posters will enable children to demonstrate an increasing knowledge of and respect for natural and constructed environments.
The Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Posters are a good reminder for Educators and children on what items are to be reduced, reused and recycled. These can be displayed within a recycling area set up in the service to promote a sustainable environment.
On 24 May 2022, Prime Minister Anthony Albanese attended the Quad Leaders’ Summit where he received a report from UNICEF that showed that Australia ranks 30 out of 39 economically advanced countries on the impact of environmental conditions on children's wellbeing.
Two Canberra sisters, Emma and Olivia Harries, in primary school, are accumulating socks for recycling them rather than to be landfilled. They are trying to collect 10,000 socks so that they could send them for recycling. Their family, residents of different places in Australia are also trying to gather shocks from different sources. Hopefully, they will be able to use them for recycling very soon.