This is an inspiring video showing how school kids in remote Guatemalan town being taught environmental conversation awareness before and after classes by group of environmentalists.

The project was so successful that in October 2009, the non-profit group Hug It Forward managed to build a school for the community of Granados, a remote mountain town made of recycle materials such plastic bottles, tins, plastic bags mixed with clay, muds, stone and a little bit of cement.

Making it even more meaningful was the fact that the children were also involved in the construction – mixing clay with cement, straw and then plastering. The project literally offloaded thousand of plastic bottles, tins from Guatemalan streets and dumping sites.