Visitors’ Book

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We would be delighted if you could leave a message in our No Planet B Exhibition Visitors’ Book.

We and the young people who have contributed to the Exhibition are very keen to learn how you might have been inspired by No Planet B to continue the fight for the future of our planet and/ or how you might offer inspiration to them!

 

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Dr Max Coleman wrote on 14 November 2021 at 4:15 pm
Inspired to see all the work of the pupils in response to COP26.
My message is that despite the situation seeming so depressing, we can take comfort from the ability of nature to bounce back if we give it the chance. There are many examples of this happening around the world, both by design and because people have walked away and left nature alone. Young people, particularly those in indigenous communities who depend on the forest in the tropics, are aware of this and have been raising their voice at COP26 as guardians of the forest. There are signs of leaders listening and changing damaging policies, such as deforestation. There is a way to go but things are starting to go in the right direction.
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Donal Hurley wrote on 14 November 2021 at 1:18 pm
What super work! It makes me proud and hopeful to see such engagement, creativity and achievement in Learning for Sustainability.
However:
It was very important that COP26 mapped out how we could have a realistic expectation of restricting global warming to 1.5 °C above pre-industrial levels. We needed a concrete realistic plan of phasing out fossil fuel use and a coherent plan to fund developing countries' transition away from them, especially coal, in a way that transparently supports climate justice.
Unfortunately none of these goals has been realised. Indeed, promises made at Copenhagen and Paris have yet to be delivered.
So Greta Thunberg is sadly not wrong when she says that COP26 has been little more than "Blah, blah, blah"! It was always going to be a challenge. But it is disappointing that vested interests have been allowed to sap the will of those willing to meet the challenge.
I regret to say that this makes me very angry.
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Gayle Gorman wrote on 11 November 2021 at 10:06 am
Thank you to everyone who contributed to this really great exhibition! I really enjoyed listening, reading and seeing the work you added and are are doing – such a strong message from our young people and education sector – during a very important time for the planet! Thank you to the EIS for organising and showcasing this work. Well done to all.
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Alison Murphy wrote on 11 November 2021 at 8:53 am
It's hard to keep hopeful when the leaders at COP26 seem to be doing so little. This exhibition gives me hope that the younger generations can do a better job than we have of protecting the planet and each other. It's just so unfair they should have to work so hard to clear up the mess made by my generation and others!
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Sarah McCowan wrote on 10 November 2021 at 8:42 pm
Amazing images, poems and videos, so articulately explaining and highlighting Climate change issues. What a fantastic resource for the future and well done all those involved. I particularly like the 'According to a Kid' videos:-)
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David Innes wrote on 10 November 2021 at 3:22 pm
Thank you EIS for organising this and thank you to all who contributed. The work conveys both the concerns an the hopes of young people. It makes us think and prompts us to act. Thank you
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Sheila Bain wrote on 7 November 2021 at 11:50 am
Thanks to all involved for these inspirational and thought provoking exhibits, and for giving hope to our fight for climate justice.
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Theresa Elder wrote on 6 November 2021 at 3:27 pm
These exhibits are truly inspirational! They made me feel very emotional but hopeful for the future. The talent, creativity and passion for our planet is clear. Congratulations to all the pupils and teachers in producing this work and putting their voice to this 💚🌎💪🏻🙏🏻
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Linda Anne Reid wrote on 5 November 2021 at 7:07 pm
I have great faith in the young people of Scotland and their teachers. They are the leaders of tomorrow.
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Heather Collie wrote on 5 November 2021 at 1:31 pm
What a fantastic exhibition! Such a diverse and thought provoking range of exhibits. I learned new things as I "wandered round". Well done to all the young people who took part in this. A huge amount of hard work has gone into it all.
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Diana Ellis wrote on 5 November 2021 at 12:47 pm
This is a treasure trove of inspiration. Thank you so much to all who contributed!
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Jo Martin wrote on 4 November 2021 at 4:10 pm
I love the creative ways in which all these young people are showing their commitment and getting across their powerful messages of caring for our world together – and sharing their hopes, ideas and vision. Thank you.
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Pam Currie wrote on 4 November 2021 at 8:16 am
Really enjoyed this exhibition and it made me stop and think. Well done to all of the young people involved in this!
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Duncan McNicholl wrote on 4 November 2021 at 7:18 am
All of these creations are so beautiful, and show such a (very necessary) passion to understand and fight climate change and injustice. It's really giving me hope for the future, so thank you!
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Gordon W Black wrote on 3 November 2021 at 7:05 pm
Fantastic. Thank you for sharing and caring.
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