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Rang-tan school posters

Posted by Ed Fuller - 3rd October 2018

Our volunteer Greenpeace Speakers are presenting to primary schools on the issue of deforestation for dirty palm oil. Below you can find some amazing posters (or rather small works of art…) drawn by school children to support the campaign.

You can find out if there’s a Greenpeace Speaker near you. If there isn’t, you can find palm oil deforestation teaching resources at the bottom of this page.

Thorntree Primary School, Charlton

Backwell Church of England Junior School, Bristol

St Francis Catholic Primary School, Nailsea

Laureate Primary School, Newmarket

Edmund Waller Primary School, New Cross

Year 2, Kingshill Church School, Nailsea

Year 3, Kingshill Church School, Nailsea

Years 4-5, Kingshill Church School, Nailsea

Year 6, Kingshill Church School, Nailsea

Wycliffe School, Stonehouse

Bruntsfield Primary School, Edinburgh

Kettlesing Felliscliffe Community Primary School, Harrogate

Below you can find a presentation and activities about deforestation (for palm oil) developed for primary school teachers. There are accompanying teaching notes, a poster template for an activity at the end and a briefing.

Palm oil resources for primary schools

In 2018 Greenpeace released a report documenting the huge amount of deforestation that has occurred in Indonesia to make way for palm oil plantations. It also named big brands who are still linked to rainforest destruction. We created the below presentation and resources for our volunteer Greenpeace Speakers to use in primary schools. To see if you have a Speaker near to you, please click here otherwise feel free to download the resources yourself!

Article Tagged as: Forests, Indonesia, Palm oil, Rang-tan

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