'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

Classroom Activities for Primary Schools
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  Overview: an overview of the goals of the Global Footprints classroom activities
  Numeracy & Literacy Activities National Curriculum NUMERACY and LITERACY initiatives under the topics of water, energy, food, fair trade, transport, waste & recycling.
  Additional Activities: further activites submitted by the Development Education Centres which address Numeracy (NNS), Literacy (NLS) or another curriculum area.
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