The AiREAS cooperative for regional air quality and health has released a learning module in English for schoolchildren from 10 to 16. It is aimed at producing awareness and understanding of our own responsibility. The orginal learning concept was produced by the municipality of Amsterdam. Together it was agreed to make it available for a larger community, including the growing international presence in the country. The learning module is also made available for international partners who wish to work locally on their health and a healthy environment. The module is free of charge.
AiREAS learning module for children about air and air quality
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Free learning module for air quality awareness in primary and secondary schools