Save our Planet competition for schools launched by Mayo County Council and CARO
Posted in Connect on October 25, 2019.
Do you have a project or potential project that will help your school act on the climate and biodiversity emergency? Mayo County Council will give €500 to the best school project that helps address this emergency. Your school can undertake a project on any element of the climate and biodiversity emergency such as plastic, food, energy, fashion, water, transport and biodiversity.
The successful projects will receive €500 funding at the awards ceremony in January 2020 to implement the project in your school. All you have to do is send us a description of your project, outline how it tackles the climate and biodiversity emergency and include information on how you will spend the €500 on your project. For more information please see contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are two categories; Primary & Secondary schools and the submission deadline is the 6th December 2019.
Pictured: Pupils from Scoil Néifinn, St. Patricks BNS, Newport NS, Kilmurry NS, Drumgallagh NS and St. Colmans College with Laura Dixon, Climate Action Officer, Mayo County Council launching the ‘Save Our Planet’ competition for schools at the recent Climate Hope event in Ballycroy National Park.Tags: CARO, Competition, Mayo, Save Our Planet