A Million Hands
WWF is proud to be partnering with Scouts on their A Million Hands programme to help protect our environment.
Twenty minutes to change the world
Join WWF Ambassador Cel Spellman and Youth Ambassadors Will and Hattie to find out more about A Million Hands and WWF’s theme, Protecting Our Environment. You can also follow along with a fun seed bomb activity that’ll help you make a difference in your community.
Activities and programme ideas for scouts
Young people are key stakeholders in building a brighter, more sustainable future. If they understand our planet, they can change the world. This partnership will help scouts to re-connect with nature, develop environmental literacy and be part of youth led action for our world.
Participating in A Million Hands is one-way Scouts can achieve their Community Impact Staged Activity Badge, by taking practical action in the service of others, to create positive social change.
Promise to the Planet
Join us and take action for a brighter future
From June to November this year, 57 million Scouts from across the world will take a stand and work towards a better world by taking action to reduce climate change. They’ll get hands-on to make a difference wherever they live, use their voices to inspire decision makers, and record their actions for the planet.
#PromiseToThePlanet covers four key areas: recover, recycle, reduce and rethink, with a suggested ‘hands-on’ and ‘use your voice’ action for each area, but it’s up to you what you do to fight climate change.
Protecting our environment
You can download a whole host of fun WWF activities and games to support young people who want to get involved and take action to improve biodiversity and restore nature in their local communities, which includes the following examples.
Protecting our Environment: Free Posters for Scouts
Working in collaboration with Scouts we’ll support leaders every step of the way to inspire group members to take action for their world. Why not make a start today, and download these free explainer posters...