What happens when a global pandemic forces the world to be put on pause? According to more than half a dozen students from Piombino, Tuscany (Italy) -- the work never stops.

What are students and young people doing to contribute to the crisis stemming from this global healthcare and economic hardship?

We are delighted to share the Walk the Global Walk Wales 2020 News  with you. A lot of activity has taken place before and during lockdown as you’ll see.Thank you for your interest and support for the project.Rydym yn falch iawn o rannu Newyddion Walk the

De acordo com o previsto no “Walk the (Global) Walk”, realizaram-se 5 workshops envolvendo as 11 escolas-parceiras do Município de Vila Franca de Xira.

Participants from Wales, Lesotho, France and Romania came together to share 2020 challenges and achievements, put forward recommendations for the Climate Action manifesto, and make pledges to reduce their carbon footprints


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