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Le Télégramme

The pupils of Pablo-Picasso are taking part in the sustainable development challenge in Lanester. The Ma Petite Planète association has set them ecological challenges to make them aware of the environment.

Since Monday 4 April, the pupils of the Pablo-Picasso school in Lanester have been taking part in the school challenge organised by the Ma Petite Planète association. This event is a collaborative game open to all, from kindergarten to high school.

Published on 06 April 2022

Sustainable News

The association Ma Petite Planète proposes, through a fun "board game", to take up a series of ecological challenges with your friends and family in three weeks.

The association Ma Petite Planète (MPP) intends to become THE reference game for raising awareness and taking ecological action. This digital version of the board game offers its players the chance to take on a maximum number of green challenges in three weeks: two teams compete to complete as many of the 60 actions proposed in the game as possible, while avoiding the 20 "malus" that would cause them to lose points. For example: do a week without chocolate or coffee to score 4 extra points, or don't take the car or the VTC for short trips or you will lose 3 points.

The reports on MPP :

France 3 Bretagne

The climate challenge

Tic Tak is interested this week in the climate challenge. We went to see a class of CM2 in a school in Iffendic (35) which is taking part in the "Ma petite planète" challenge, like 1500 classes in France. For three weeks, they will be carrying out actions in favour of the environment. And they have lots of ideas, you'll see! And you will also discover in Vannes, the portrait of Sarah, 16 years old, who has a crazy talent for drawing mangas.


Published on 16 March 2022


A game to have fun and take care of the planet.


Published on 27 January 2021

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Mareva Vahirua

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