Let these incredible green success stories achieved by young Climate Leaders and other schools inspire you.

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Children learning about beekeeping

Building a buzz about bees

How a West Yorkshire primary school created a honeycomb of partnerships around beekeeping.

Boy using chemistry set

Eco is our USP

How the Damers First School worked hard to reduce single-use plastic and help Dorchester achieve Plastic Free Community status.

Children stand in a line in wellington boots

Green up your school

How schools are running eco-projects and investing in eco-initiatives.

Small boy watering plants

Cut carbon, cut costs

How schools across the UK are signing up to become zero carbon within a decade – and how doing the same could save your school money.

A class of children gathered round a presentation

School environment plan

The Nature Friendly Schools project offers free expert support for outdoor learning.

School children outside

Multi-school air pollution monitoring scheme

How a £5,000 grant from the Royal Society of Chemistry funded a multi-school project to monitor air pollution.

Young Climate Leaders 

Two teenage boys stand in front of a greenhouse in a garden

Harvey Tweats & Tom Whitehurst

Two 17-year-olds with a big ambition: to bring back the toads, frogs, and lizards we have lost.

A group of young people working in a field with tools

Mya Rose Craig

The 19-year-old ‘Birdgirl’ is an Ambassador for Survival International and a Charter Champion for The Charter for Woods, Trees and People.

A young person looking past the camera

Dara McAnulty

Award-winning teen writer of Diary of a Young Naturalist, detailing his connection to wildlife over the course of a year.

Teenage girl in action playing table tennis

Anna Hursey

A 14-year-old table tennis prodigy and Young Champion of the UNFCCC Sports for Climate Action Framework.

Young people standing next to a pollution zone sign

Destiny, Anjali, Kaydine and Nyleti

These 17-year-old students and founders of the Choked Up campaign are demanding action on the issue of air pollution.

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