Maisy’s message to save the planet

Maisy Newby-Higgingbottom, aged 7, has a climate change message for the world.
Maisy Newby-Higgingbottom, aged 7, has a climate change message for the world.

Maisy Newby-Higginbottom, aged 7 from Bishop Auckland, is advising people that they need to take care of the planet.

Maisy’s mam, Laura said: “I just thought it was amazing that Maisy made a poster without any prompting advising us for the need to change our ways and stop damaging the planet!”

The climate change poster includes advice such as: stop cutting down trees, stop killing animals for food, don’t use as much cars, try using more bikes or start walking, and stop throwing plastic in the sea.

Indeed, with Coronavirus sweeping the globe as the virus transfers to humans from animals which are being taken out of their natural habitat, Maisy’s environmental message couldn’t come at a more apt time.

1 COMMENT

  1. She’s spot on.
    The amount of cars coming in and out of Bishop Auckland is terrible. I’d like to see more cyclists on the road instead of heavy traffic. I also constantly see people’s discarded McDonalds beef burgers littered over the road in Shildon outside the cemetery, as lazy residents are chucking them out of the window as they pass by.

    Start using your home recycling.

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