Global Plastic Pollution Solutions educator, Anthony Hill, has arrived in Bundaberg this week as part of a series of engaging environmental presentations.
Bargara State School, Kepnock State High School and Kalkie State School will host Mr Hill as part of their Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority Reef Guardian Schools program, enabled through a Bundaberg Regional Council grant.
Mr Hill, aka Captain Plastic, will present to students and community members throughout the two days, helping to empower residents to be a part of the solution to the plastic pollution problem
The presentation is designed to start a conversation about how to bring about behavioural change.
Students in the Bundaberg Region have been working together to reduce human impact on the Great Barrier Reef and our endangered turtles.
Mr Hill will present to students and community members today, Thursday from 10.25am at Kepnock State High School, Friday 22 February at Kalkie State School from 9.30am to 11am, and Bargara State School from 11.30am to 1pm.
Regional schools and community members are invited to attend the presentations.