St Chris has signed up to join the national campaign Let’s Go Zero 2030, which unites schools working to become carbon zero by 2030.
Now that we have our Green Flag flying proudly at St Chris, and we have taken so many steps through our Be Green activities to start reducing our carbon emissions, it is time to join up with other schools, students and young people to call for change.
Aiming for zero carbon emissions by 2030 is a huge challenge that schools can’t achieve on their own. They need to work together and press the government for more support and action. Transforming our schools will help safeguard the planet for future generations.
Every school that signs up is pledging to work towards a more sustainable future, while also urging the government to support this vital mission.
Thomas Hannan, the new St Chris Be Green Chair said: “Let’s go for ambition. Let’s go with working together. Let’s go Zero! I have planned to begin weekly meetings to take environmental learning into our own hands, here we can discuss real environmental issues.”
Pupils can get in touch with Thomas if they’d like to sign up to help, via his school email address or Be Green meetings.