Yes, for initiatives and movements to have any true longevity, children must be informed about it. This just means that they should be involved with and understand recycling and other basic sustainability concepts. These are things they can learn from parents and in schools so that as they get older they are automatically going to think about being sustainable.
It certainly helps, yes. Children are the future, but also traditions last a life time. People who have grown up in cultures that eat meat, hunt, or abuse the environment have a hard time breaking that mould. If our children grow up an in environmentally friendly household and culture, they will be more able to help the green movement and make substantial changes, especially if more people come aboard and are willing to help.
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