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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 win@first­, putting Earth Hour in the sub­ject box.

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