Glasgow City councillor Liz Cameron visited the pupils at Bonnybroom nursery to congratulate there efforts to back Glasgow's green campaign in 2015. The youngsters aim at implementing various actions within the nursery to help protect the environment including using one paper towel to dry their hands, picking up litter in the playground and turning off the water after they finish washing their hands.
They also pledged to use both sides of the paper when drawing and to look after the flowers in the nursery's garden.
Glasgow is aiming to mark James Watts 250th steam engine anniversary by being at the forefront of the green revelation and aims at becoming one of Europe's most sustainable cities.
A year of events in planned for 2015 aimed at motivating local people, businesses and visitors to become more eco-friendly.
Source: Evening Times-Vivienne Nicoll