COP26-submit your questions

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COP26 IS FOR YOUR FUTURE - USE YOUR VOICE & HELP CLIMATE CHANGE.

 

 Submit your questions for Boris Johnson to take to COP26

World leaders will be gathering in Glasgow for COP26. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson wants to hear from young people – your questions and solutions – for the climate challenge. And, you could be asked to go to Downing Street in London later in the month, to have your say in person. So, what question would you ask the UK government about what they’re doing to solve the climate crisis? Or, do you want to tell them your ideas for solutions? They are listening.

Please submit your details and the question or idea that you would like to put forward. Submissions can be sent as a video or written on the form that can be found on the link below. For the chance to be invited to Downing Street for the press conference, please submit your question or idea by video.

 

https://schools.firstnews.co.uk/young-uk/climate-challenge/

When you reach the website to submit your ideas, watch the video too 'COP26- In your hands'. You will see an image like the one below, you will just need to click on the image when you reach the website to watch it play.

Remember, you will need the permission of a parent/guardian to submit your ideas from home.

 

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You can also bring your ideas to school and we can submit them together. Chat with your parents, grandparents, other family members and friends about climate change and what we can do to help. Share your ideas with your class teacher when you come back to school after half term - we would love to hear them.

The Westwood Team

 

 

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