On this page we present you our short films aimed at children. Children are known to be an important influence on parental behaviour. Furthermore, children are amongst those most affected by air pollution health effects and last but not least, children are the future. If we can educate the children of today, we influence the behaviour of tomorrow’s adults. These short films feature kids from the European School in Mol (Belgium) and a crazy teacher, providing the with easily understandable information on air quality.
We also have a film, targeted at the general public, featuring experts who explain the current situation regarding air pollution, its health effects and the need for international partnerships such as Joaquin. This film can be found on this webpage.
Kids of the European school in Mol, Belgium, give us their view on air pollution by answering the question “What is air pollution?” . They are followed by an expert explaining air pollution and the contributing factors.
Kids of the European school in Mol, Belgium, think of ways to prevent air pollution. Our expert then tells us how the European Union helps in preventing air pollution and in what way we can all contribute.
Kids of the European school in Mol, Belgium, give us an answer to this question, followed by our expert. He provides us with handy, everyday tips that we can use.
Kids of the European school in Mol, Belgium, wonder whether you can actually get sick from air pollution. They are followed by our expert who explains the health effects caused by air pollution.
Kids of the European school in Mol, Belgium, tell us that they feel we need clean air. Our expert then leads us through all the benefits of clean air and the necessity to all make a contribution.