King’s Hospital School Celebrates Student Commitment to Marine Environment at Green-Schools Ceremony

Student Commitment to Marine Environment

In a memorable event, the King’s Hospital School hosted the Green-Schools Ceremony for Marine Environment, with a spotlight on the dedication of its students to sustainability and concrete steps towards environmental change. The event, held on a day to remember, brought together an impressive array of individuals who support the cause.

Mr. O’Connor, the Head of the Science Department and the Head of the Environmental Committee, as well as a dedicated climate activist, set the stage for a celebration of the students’ unwavering commitment to protecting our marine environment. Their efforts ranged from River Liffey clean-ups to promoting sustainable fashion and environmental science modules, all with the aim of making a meaningful impact on our environment.

Mayor Alan Edge, an Independent political figure, recognized the commendable efforts of the students and stressed the importance of their prompt action and community awareness. Their actions are not only a testament to their passion but also a reminder of the power of youth activism.

Today’s event was a shining example of the potential of youth activism in creating a brighter, more sustainable future. The presence of Prof. Ken Whelan, a distinguished expert with invaluable contributions to conservation, added a layer of prestige to the occasion.

The King’s Hospital School stands united in its commitment to protecting our planet and building a healthier, environmentally conscious world. The Green-Schools Ceremony for Marine Environment was a testament to the school’s dedication to promoting sustainability, youth activism, and environmental change.