Schools in Northern Ireland to join energy saving scheme

All schools in the Newry and Armagh constituency in Northern Ireland have joined the Eco-Schools Programme, a scheme which encourages “green” action, the country’s Environment Minister has recently claimed.

The large majority (98%) of schools across Northern Ireland are now part of the international scheme that advises on reducing waste and litter, improving the school environment and reducing energy and water use.

Mark H. Durkan said: “The fact that every school in Newry and Armagh is actively working towards getting the international Green Flag Award is testament to how important the environment is to young people.”

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