Lego Build The Change – University of Strathclyde
Tuesday 9 November, 2021 – 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
The Concourse, Level 1, Strathclyde Union, 51 Richmond Street, Glasgow G1 1XU
LEGO® Build the Change is a powerful way for children to express their hopes and dreams for the future with LEGO® bricks.
An active and lively workshop bringing people together to consider the causes and consequences of climate change.
Developed as part of the LEGO Group’s ‘Build the Change’ programme, these workshops at the University of Strathclyde Union are a powerful way for children to express their hopes and dreams for the future with LEGO bricks.
Children and adults will be building using directions from a booklet that is being shared amongst world leaders, decision makers and other attendees and COP26. This active and lively workshop brings people together to consider the causes and consequences of climate change.
The workshop has been commissioned by colleges in Glasgow and is being facilitated by The Climate Fresk, an accredited Observer to the UNFCCC. The workshop is a step-by-step reconstruction of the climate crisis and provides the key to understanding the complexity and develop an overview of climate change. Only by working together can the team make progress. More information.
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