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    Make Your Voice Heard

Do you want your voice to be heard? Shout out against climate change or take part with your school or family in one of the national campaigns shown below.

Earth Hour

Earth hour is a global movement to switch off the lights at every landmark and every home for one hour in March each year. They fight to raise awareness of the threat to our planet, and invite you to join them.

Earth Hour

Switch Off Fortnight

In November each year, schools are asked to switch off as many electrical items as possible for two weeks to remind both teachers and pupils about the importance of energy saving. Ask your school to take part in Switch off fortnight this November.

Switch Off Fortnight

Youth Strikes for Climate Change

UK Student Climate Network (UKSCN) is a group of mostly under 18s taking to the streets to protest the government’s lack of action on the climate crisis. Join them on a climate strike to show your support.

Youth Strikes for Climate Change

Walk to School Week

The school run alone is responsible for generating two million tonnes of CO2 per year. Walk to school week aims to get children walking, cycling and scooting to school instead.

Walk to School Week