Education

NEW Kids For the Future program

Educación medioambiental

After carrying out numerous actions in the educational centers, and receiving such positive feedback, both from the centers and the students, we find ourselves with the need to continue improving.

Help us with our new logo for Kids for the Future

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Kids for the future is our educational project focused on making future generations aware of the environmental impact of the human action on the planet. With a positive approach, we want to create a long-term commitment so that kids adopt more respectful practices with the environment, a healthier lifestyle and that they are aware of …

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Surfcamps summer tour – Talking with the future surfers

And that is a wrap… we have just finished our “Surf camps summer tour” where we have talked with 226 future surfers about the biggest threats to our oceans. For the last two weeks we’ve been traveling around Cantabria, Galicia and Asturias to visit different surf camps and surf schools to talk with the future …

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Microplastics Workshop at the ‘Escola Internacional del Camp’

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This time we couldn’t go to the beach, so we had to simulate a microplastic study research workshop at the school! This initiative is part of our project ‘Kids For the Future‘, from where we try to create experiences for kids that will spur their appreciation, respect and understanding for the environment, the planet and …

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500 kids in the pre-release of ‘Mediterráneamente Plástico’

The short documentary produced by Good Karma Projects and filmed by Joe Delahunty, analyses the quantity of micro-plastics found in the Mediterranean sea and their impact on the environment. Last 2nd of May we presented the short documentary ‘Mediterráneamente Plástico’ in the theatre/auditorium of Salou in front of 500 kids. The students, from age 8 to 11 …

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