A Future without RubbishTM is a project that uses awareness activities and talks in schools to raise pupils' understanding about the effects of plastic pollution and waste to the environment. It has begun at Willberforce Primary School in Westminster, with a view to expanding all over the UK, and is run by Association A Future without Rubbish.
If you want to reduce the plastic pollution and become a member of the Association A Future without Rubbish,
Wilberforce Primary School
Claire Macfie, Headteacher of Wilberforce Primary School, has said:
“A Future without Rubbish seeks to change the way in which we all deal with rubbish. It is everyone’s responsibility to face up to the problem of plastic pollution and I am proud that Wilberforce Primary is playing such a leading role in this project. Through this project, we aim to open our pupils’ eyes to the reality of what is happening in our oceans and to support them to behave in a way that is environmentally responsible. This is a problem that we have to face up to today – not in ten years’ time – which is why it is vital that we start educating the next generation about caring for the environment now.”