Earth Day live lesson: Plastics v the planet

18 April 2024 - 18 April 2024
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Thursday 18th April, 10-11am GMT on Zoom

Sign up to our free Earth Day live lesson to support students to learn more about the impact of plastics on our planet.

Plastic production has now grown to more than 380 million tonnes per year. More plastic has been produced in the last ten years than in the entire 20th century and the industry is still growing, thanks to high demand.

But what harm might this do? And what can people do to protect the planet from plastic pollution?

Watch and learn as a class alongside other schools from around the world. You'll be able to join polls, take part in interactive activities and hear from experts in the industry!

This live lesson is based on a Topical Talk Headline. For a sneak peak at some of the content, take a look at our Plastics and the planet classroom lesson. We recommend that you do not run the lesson with students in advance.

This event will feature experts from PA Consulting and is supported by The PA Foundation.

Registration for this event is now closed.