Making positive change happen in the world starts with ideas closer to home.
Wanting to make a change or meet a need in your own life, can trigger an idea that becomes a solution for so many others.
That is why at Flow In Action, we work hard to connect you to your unique creativity.
Check out the story of Edwin Broni-Mensah & Give Me Tap to see how a journey from heading to the gym to get fit has lead to the success story of Give Me Tap bottles.
St George's International School in Switzerland got involved, as an initiative led by IB CAS students. Frustrated by the huge numbers of plastic drinking cups being thrown away each day, they wanted every student and member of staff to have a Give Me Tap bottle.instead.
They succeeded with the co-branded bottle and the sustainability initiative continues.
How can you apply this same approach in your school?
How can you explore sustainability and access to water?
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