BE OUR ENVIRONMENT REPORTER
WE are looking for two talented junior journalists with a passion for the planet to become climate change reporters for First News and WWF.
We need to protect our planet from the devastating effects of climate change, help our oceans recover from plastic pollution and overfishing, and conserve our global forests – before it’s too late.
If you care about our planet and think you’ve got what it takes to be a young reporter, highlighting climate change issues, then we want to hear from you this weekend!
You have until 5pm on Monday 5 February to share with us a short filmed (on a phone is fine) or written news report on one of the following:
What the future might look like if we take action on climate change What the future might look like if we choose not to take action
You must end your report completing this sentence: “My promise to the planet is...”
Please send your entries to First News, Earth Hour competition, 58 Southwark Bridge Road, London, SE1 0AS, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, putting Earth Hour in the subject box.
Visit first.news/wwf for more information and T&Cs.