Through fun and lighthearted play we will explore our precious planet and wildlife.
We will learn about the synergy between rubbish, waste resources and the planet which sustains us.
We will learn that there is no such thing as rubbish, just a waste resource in the wrong
place, inspiring the next generation of green champions.
In this green play session we include some making, creating, inventing and upcycling.
The sessions will be suitable for 5 - 11 year old children, adults are also welcome, little ones
will need to have the help of their parents.
About Carrie and Adam
Carrie is passionate about the environment, getting children outside, "connected" and
living a greener life.
She runs an environmental awareness and education initiative called
Sussex Green Living, offering Green Days and sessions in schools, children's groups and at
events and festivals.
Carrie was trained by the University of Brighton in Waste Prevention,
the Open University in Environment Studies and RHS in school gardening. In March 2016
Carrie went to Manila, Philippines and trained with Al Gore the former Vice President of
the USA in Climate Change communications. Carrie is keen to help grow the next
generation of green champions so we can all create a climate for change.
Adam is Carrie’s 9 year old son. He has been assisting with green sessions since about
the age of 5, delivering green assemblies, he has spoken on the radio and attended two
awards ceremonies for environmental work.
In March 2017 Adam won the WWF Earth Hour Climate Challenge poster competition.
He designed the Climate Cartoon.
Carrie was shortlisted as the WWF Earth Hour Community Hero, resulting in them both being invited
to the Palace of Westminister to the WWF Earth Hour Parliamentary Reception.