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Students from Yucatán will represent Mexico at the Science Expo 2024, in Peru

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The project “Garbage at school”, designed and presented by the students Eva Victoria Cruz Cime, Manuel Jesús Poot Cen, and Kevin Jesús Canche Puc, from Valladolid at the Expo Ciencia Yucatán 2023, won its direct ticket to the international phase of the Science Expo 2024, which will take place next November in Lima, Peru.

The head of the Ministry of Education of the Government of the State of Yucatán (Segey), Liborio Vidal Aguilar, visited the Club de Leones primary school number 5 in Valladolid, where the students from the Yucatecan delegation that will represent Mexico attend, and recognized their effort and commitment to generate positive actions in favor of the planet.

The “Garbage at School” project focuses on caring for the environment and raising awareness among adults and children through various strategies for caring for the planet. According to Eva Cruz Cime, the project was created as a strategy to keep her school clean and thus awaken interest in her classmates to counteract environmental pollution and carry out actions that motivate their social circles to do the same.

“We wanted to keep our school clean and beautiful, but at the same time, we needed more people to join our initiative every day. The issue of garbage is a matter of education, that is why schools and our homes have to prioritize these issues, looking for options where we do not generate so much garbage,” he noted.

Before the school principal, Rosa María Padilla Díaz, and the educational community of the school region, Vidal Aguilar highlighted the importance of providing students with the necessary tools to generate knowledge and good practices that benefit the improvement of girls, boys, and young people. He also emphasized the importance of working as a team for the transformation of Yucatecan society starting from early childhood.

In this way, the three students guided by the advisors, Anna Sánchez Hernández and Fátima Dzul Kú, sought to educate and raise awareness among school groups, creating environmental education from an early age, working on strategies that benefit the planet such as, for example, the Rule of the Three Rs, which aims to stimulate citizen participation, from the home, in the fight against the degradation of the planet through Reduction, Reuse and Recycling of the products we consume.

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