Environmental Education for Youth in Swansea

The Welsh Assembly Government are looking for the new Climate Change Champions for 2011.

Do you believe young people should have a say in Wales?
Do you want to help make sure we protect Wales for future generations – and learn new skills at the same time?
Do you want to appear on television, have your own news column and blog?
If you’re aged 14-18, why not become a Climate Change Champion and make a difference.

climate champions.gifA Champion will be a spokesperson on climate change in Wales. You will show people in your local area and across Wales how everyone can play their part in helping Wales reduce its carbon footprint.

Sebastian Giraud-Jones, Climate Change Champion 2010 said:

“Being a champion has been a truly amazing experience, not only has it further opened my eyes to the increasing threat that is posed by climate change to our planet, but the experiences that i have gathered over my year in office has been truly fantastic. I have met so many interesting people ranging from delegates at the Climate Change commission and Ministers to local school children. I can really look back at the end of my term and feel that I might just made done a difference.”
This year we are asking you to answer 4 questions either through a speech or PowerPoint presentation.

If you think you got what it takes to become one of Wales’ next Climate Change Champions, download an application form and start applying now!

The deadline for all entries is Friday 19 November – so hurry up and apply today! Go to