Unfortunately it is not rare anymore these days to see images of beaches and land stripes all over the world that are filled with plastic waste. It seems as if our planet is urging us to do something against that and maybe to consider plastic free alternatives.
From a sustainability perspective, it is crucial to know how long it takes various types of garbage to decompose. In our project we focus our efforts on finding out how long it does take for a conventional polyethylene plastic bag and a biodegradable plastic bag to decompose.
During the entire school year students that participated in the Erasmus+ project Blast the Plast studied the issue of plastic pollution in coorperation with their partner schools in Sweden and Iceland.
E-Twinning offers a platform to communicate, collaborate, develop projects, share and, in short, feel and be part of the most exciting learning community in Europe. As we are all working together on the same goal it is important for us to communicate with each other on a regular basis. It is all to often the […]
The objective of “Blast the Plast” is to equip young students with the tools to create positive, lasting environmental change. It is an investigative, action-packed vision for stopping plastic pollution at source and generating ideas for a plastic free school.
Since the beginning of the school year we are learning a lot about all the different aspects and contexts of plastic. We did some research about plastic consumption and recycling in Germany, Iceland and Sweden. Now it is time to get the chemistry straight and find out what plastic is made of. We may be […]