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Today is #WorldEnvironmentDay and we are promoting the importance of being a good global citizen. Part of this is looking after the environment for future generations. In our busy lives we forget the importance of our planet that we live on and forget about the fragile ecosystems that we depend on. It might look fine, but that is not to say we are not doing damage. I have been thinking about our relationship with food and where it comes from. People consume fast food without appreciating what it takes to grow and produce things. We have lost contact with the environment and have become a nation of consumers rather than producers. We can change this. You can make a difference. Why don’t you start growing things. You don’t need a big space, or garden perhaps just a pot on the window ledge. Summer is a great time to start growing things like tomatoes, cucumbers and onions. When we grow our own produce we really appreciate what we are eating a lot more. We are working with schools on environmental projects, exploring how food is grown and the impact it has on the environment. Our partner schools in kenya are going to be doing the same thing, so we will learn from each other. Get your school or children involved – angelapplications.co.uk/globalschoolsnetwork

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