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The world has seen an increasing frequency of large scale disasters and each of these disasters has caused enormous damages, thousands of homes destroyed and families scattered, hunger or starvation from failed crops, not to mention loss of human lives. There is growing evidence that this increase in disasters can be attributed to human activities , pollution and greenhouse gas emissions. Thus educating the very young ones is a step to make a real impact for our environment.

If you are keen to find out more, come and join us on 26 October 2022, Wednesday as our Resource Speaker Ms Alice Soh, Curriculum Specialist for Tzu Chi Great Love PreSchool will be sharing on how her preschool carries out "The Oil Spill" project with their children during the Environmental Protection Week.

Date: Wednesday, 26 October 2022

Topic: "Environmental Protection – The Oil Spill Project" via ZOOM

Time: 8 to 9 pm (Singapore Time)

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CoP - Wed, 26 October 2022 @8pm - “Environmental Protection – The Oil Spill Project”

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