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Now is the time to drive change!

Students, educators and schools can all play a part in influencing leaders and driving change.

We've assembled some top tips, resources and activities to encourage young people to make their voices heard. If you’re a teacher, download our Virtual Lobby Educator Guide, which provides some top tips on how you can get your class or even your whole school involved easily and quickly.

London Climate March

The time is now

The time is now

Revisit a special conversation between WWF-UK Youth Ambassador Hattie and Cel Spellman on how to lobby your MP for a greener future.

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Make a virtual placard

Make a virtual placard

Prepare for your meeting with your MP with this handy how-to video to create a 'virtual background' for Zoom or Teams.

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Our Planet’s Future Summit

Our Planet’s Future Summit

Activity for young people as they take on roles in an international summit to decide the future of life on Earth.

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Make space for nature

Make space for nature

Explore with your class how biodiversity is key to achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals – the political commitments that are intended to guide our politicians and ensure they shape a fair and sustainable future. Lesson plans for 8-14 yr olds.

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Back to school

Back to school

Our new climate change resource for secondary school students gives young people the opportunity to take action on climate change and biodiversity loss within the school setting.

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Education for a sustainable planet

Education for a sustainable planet

A webinar for teachers and school managers at all levels. How can educators and schools help drive change and shape a sustainable future?

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