“e” inc. Presents the Green City of the Future, Solar Car Races and Kids’ View on Global Warming at Children’s Museum Green Transportation Fair, Sat. July 26, 11am-4pm
Boston, MA (July 23, 2008) — Investigating local car use, having solar car races, and drawing a kid’s view of a future with no cars will be part of a special workshop to create greater awareness of global warming and green transit on Saturday, July 26, from 11 am to 4 pm at Boston’s Children’s Museum. The workshop has been designed by “e” inc. to teach kids about global warming and how walking, biking and mass transit help make the world a greener place.
Throughout the day-long workshop, kids and their families will take data, make a mural, do a survey, and make pledges. In this way, they will learn how cars (including their own) contribute to global warming and how they can lower their carbon footprint when they walk and take the train. The workshop is part of the Children Museum’s Green Transportation Fair.
“e” inc. is the organization dedicated to helping children understand the science that underpins the environment its relevance to their lives and, most importantly, their capacity to act as agents of positive change.
For more information, contact Dr. Ricky Stern at 617-227-1522 or firstname.lastname@example.org