We’re celebrating World Environment Day with special events in Granary Square, King’s Boulevard and the Skip Garden.
Each year, young and old come together to organize clean up campaigns, art exhibits, tree-planting drives, concerts, dance recitals, recycling drives, campaigns and contests, all themed around taking better care of our planet.
This year at King’s Cross we’re marking World Environment Day with the the re-launch of the King’s Cross Bee Trail app. You can follow the bee trail, take part in bee-themed workshops at the Skip Garden, watch in wonder as performers from The Place Dance School stage a flash-mob style waggle dance. You can also get your bike MOT’d and much more…
About World Environment Day
The celebration of World Environment Day began in 1972 and has grown to become one of the main ways in which the United Nations encourages positive action for our environment. Through World Environment Day, the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) encourages everyone to realise not only the responsibility to care for our earth, but also reminds us of our individual power to become agents of change. Every action counts, and when multiplied by a global chorus, the impact is exponential.
Come to King’s Cross June 5th and join the chorus!