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'A footprint means pressing down and
global means world, so 'global footprint' means pressing down on the world and we don't want to press too hard'
a child's definition of Global Footprint
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an overview of the goals of the Global Footprints classroom activities
Numeracy & Literacy Activities
initiatives under the topics of water, energy, food, fair trade, transport, waste & recycling.
further activites submitted by the Development Education Centres which address
Numeracy (NNS), Literacy (NLS) or another curriculum area.
Check here for the latest submissions
We have a variety of activities available in the
and have you tried
Putting your foot down
- Measure your school's footprint here
the children's quiz
Dhaka Street Children Challenge
Our Kids Quiz ...
how heavy is your footprint on the world?
Find out more about issues related to poverty from around the world.
submit your activity through this form
teacher notes on certain resources within this site and references explained.
Project originally funded by EU and Dfid with support from Tower Hamlets LEA