SDG 13: Climate Action

Why do you think people are greedy?

If you were to write a letter to Mother Nature to thank her for her gifts - what would you write?
What can our communities do, to help look after the world’s resources and share them more fairly?
Many folktales refer to something in the natural world, like the blue of the sky, so that every time you see it, you remember the story and its dilemmas. Could you make a story about something you think is important, linked to something in the world around you?

As part of our Haileybury's 'SDGs in Stories' programme we have rewritten traditional folktales to learn, reflect and act on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Every month we are taking a different story linked to a specific goal - during September we are engaging with SDG 13 'Climate Action' through the traditional folktale 'The Colour of Indigo'.

Acting together towards a more sustainable life! https://www.instagram.com/haileybury_sustainability_kz/  

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