The new DS Coastal Kids Project got off to a flying start on 29 May with Year 5 and 6 students from Sorrento Primary School participating in a presentation from DS Director, Scott Leckie, who spoke about their role as global citizens and coastal dwellers and the knowledge and responsibility involved. He also spoke of the upcoming face-to-face conversation between the students from Sorrento Primary School and children from Chittagong in Bangladesh, who are also ‘Coastal Kids’.
The DS Coastal Kids Project seeks to put coastal dwelling children in contact with each other for them to discuss and understand climate change issues affecting their geographical area and those of other children around the world.
This four-year project is open to schools everywhere. Schools wishing to participate can contact Displacement Solutions at any time.
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