UP AND RUNNING: Future Footprints, England

February 2008
Regeneration & Renewal;2/8/2008, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports on the Future Footprints which is a charitable campaign to give young people the skills to encourage other people in their communities to reduce carbon footprints in England. The initiative of the Future Footprints is funded by youth volunteering charity V and HBOS Foundation. The projects of the Future Footprints are in areas including Derby, Halifax, Leeds, Liverpool, London and Nottingham.


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