Yesterday was the last day to visit the exhibition "Adaptation: The other fight against Climate Change" that is framed as an action within the communication objective of the LIFE SHARA Project "Knowledge and awareness for adaptation to climate change".
The City of Bullas, through the Department of Environment and Education, in collaboration with the National Center for Environmental Education, brought this exhibition to Bullas with the aim of continuing to contribute to the awareness and knowledge of younger people about the Climate Change problem.
In this line, the City of Bullas has been working on the development of a local strategy on this global problem, through the LIFE Program.
"The exhibition has been a success," said municipal sources, in the sense that a large group of students have participated, from all Bullas educational centers, most of them, students from 6th grade and 1st grade. ESO, although they have also attended a group of 5th grade of primary school and a group of 4th grade of ESO.
From January 15 to 28, approximately 400 students have visited the exhibition.
"The majority of the students are aware of the current Climate Change, caused by man. It has drawn their attention as Climate Change affects the biodiversity of species, both animals, plants and people," says Santi Fernández, biologist, which has been the monitor in charge of disseminating the contents to the students on their way through the exhibition.
"The final message is that they think about how to reduce CO2 emissions, that we have to adapt to Climate Change, but that we are also still in time to avoid Climate Change through small actions at the individual and local level that give rise to reduction of our carbon footprint "concludes.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Bullas