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We've only got one planet, so we all need to look after it!
You've probably heard of things like global warming, carbon emissions and pollution. They can change the world around us - causing changes to weather, which can damage the environment around people and animals.
Being taken everywhere in your parent’s car might seem easy, but have a think about the bigger picture;
So how you travel, to school and to other places, can help make a difference. When you walk or cycle, you're putting less pollution into the environment. Compared to travelling by car, you're creating less pollution by getting the bus, or tram, or train.
Find out more about air pollution
To learn more about air pollution in South Yorkshire visit
www.care4air.org or www.syclimateaction.org.uk
Do you live near to your school? You could walk. You might walk with friends, or with a parent or carer, or with a group organised by your school.
For information on walking to school visit
If you have a bike, you could try cycling to school. Get an adult to help you to plan your journey – it’s a good idea to cycle with friends or someone from your family. If you're thinking about getting on your bike, why not complete your Bikeability?
For cycling information visit
There are different ways to travel - active travel includes things like walking and cycyling. Try the active travel survey in the next topic.
Which form of public transport do you like best?