Litter Less is a Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) initiative run in 21 countries. It encourages children and young people to take their work on litter and local environmental quality beyond the school gate and affect long-term behaviour change in their community. It is offered in Scotland by Keep Scotland Beautiful, through our Eco-Schools Scotland programme. This is our fifth year running the campaign. Litter Less is is funded through FEE by the Wrigley Company Foundation. Read more about Wrigley Litter Less internationally on the Foundation For Environmental Education's website here.
This year, 29 nurseries from 16 local authorities have registered to participate in the campaign and you can read about how they are working with their communities to improve local environmental quality in the places they care about.
Have a look at examples of achievements of schools participating in Wrigley Litter Less in the galleries to the left, and by reading our summary report - Wrigley Litter Less - Learning for Sustainability Stories from Schools
Pupils from Cornton Primary School and Cornton Nursery work together to weigh litter collected on a community litter pick as part of their Wrigley Litter Less Campaign. Film taken at launch of Litter Less campaign for Scotland at Cornton Nursery in January 2017