Go Green Day is an annual day of green action. On this day, all across Wales, schools, offices and community groups will be taking part, helping spread climate change awareness and raising funds for Size of Wales’ forest projects across Africa and South America.
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Schools: Go Green Games
Template: Go Green Day Headed Letter
Poster: Turn Our Office Green
Schools: Decision making - What Could you do on Go Green Day?
Poster: Turn Our School Green
Poster: Go Green Day 2017, Spread the Word
Poster: Go Green Day Projects
Schools: Climate Change Chaos Game
Schools: Monkeys and Lemurs Game
Resource: Minute Man Colouring Sheet


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Case Studies


  • Go Green Day 2017: Minuteman Press, Success! - The team at Minuteman Press in Cardiff prides itself on giving back to the community they love to serve. From going green and saving the rainforest to raising awareness and money for the homeless, they have dedicated themselves to supporting important causes and making a positive impact on society. Minuteman Press Cardiff win Sustain Wales […]
  • Go Green Day 2017: Llangorse School - Here at Size of Wales, we are always looking to show off the schools and businesses that produce outstanding fundraising results. Llangorse school blew us away with their gigantic total… we want to see if you can rise to the challenge. Can you beat Llangorse’s total this #GoGreenDay? Read below to find out how they […]
  • Go Green Day 2017: Robin’s Rainforest Appeal -  Robin’s Rainforest Appeal How a book inspired a young fundraiser Robin Holmes was in Year 2 at St John the Baptist primary school in Pebmarsh, Essex when he read ‘Harry and the Dinosaurs Go Wild’, written by Ian Whybrow. The book is about a small boy raising money to save endangered animals and Robin decided […]
  • Go Green Day 2016: Wales went a brilliant shade of green! - 2016 was a banner year for #GoGreenDay can you make 2017 even better? Cymraeg isod Wales was awash with green on Friday 14 October 2016 as people, schools and businesses across the country celebrated #GoGreenDay, all with the aim of helping to tackle climate change by protecting an area of rainforest twice the size of […]
  • Go Green Day 2016: Wales Goes Green to Tackle Climate Change - 2016 was an outstanding year for #GoGreenDay can we make 2017 our biggest and best yet? Cymraeg isod Schools and businesses across Wales will today turn green in support of rainforests with environmental charity Size of Wales as part of GO GREEN DAY. Local schools and businesses will join a national day of action – […]


Press Releases


Press Release: Wales Will ‘Go Green’ on Friday, October 13

Cymraeg isod. Will you be ‘going green’ to show your support for the world’s forests on October 13th? Go Green Day is an annual day of green action organised by climate change charity, Size of Wales. On this day, all across Wales, schools, offices and community groups will be taking part, helping spread climate change […]

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Press Release: Welsh environmental charity protects area of rainforest twice the size of Wales

Cymraeg isod. Size of Wales are now protecting an area of tropical rainforest across Africa and South America TWICE the size of Wales – double their initial target! Thanks to their newest project, a collaboration with The South Pole Group based in Lake Kariba, Zimbabwe in southern Africa, Size of Wales are protecting an area of rainforest twice […]

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Appointment of New Director

The trustees are delighted to announce the appointment of Rita Singh as the new Director of the Size of Wales. Rita will be taking up  her new role on June 12th. Rita will take over responsibility for the climate change charity from Claire Raisin, who leaves to take up post of Field Programme Coordinator, Madagascar […]

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