Tag: climatechange

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 […]

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Prince Charles Visits

Cymraeg isod Cwmbran pupils meet His Royal Highness to talk climate change and plant a tree On 24th February, The Prince of Wales met with the pupils of Blenheim Road Community Primary in Cwmbran where they demonstrated how Wales’ young people are taking action on climate change. After receiving a warm welcome from the school […]

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Minuteman Press Cardiff win Sustain Wales #GoGreenDay award

Minuteman Press Cardiff win Sustain Wales #GoGreenDay award

Cymraeg isod  Following the amazing success of #GoGreenDay in October, Size of Wales was pleased to sponsor a special award at the Sustain Wales Award last night. Minuteman Press in Cardiff were the worthy winners of the award. The small team designed and sold an original rainforest & green themed colouring book ‘Whaleys and Friends […]

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After COP21, what next for rainforests?

After COP21, what next for rainforests?

COP21 may be over, but the work is just beginning, especially when it comes to tropical forests. Cymraeg isod It’s been a while since World leaders came together and approved an agreement to tackle climate change in December 2015. It’s also been a while since the Size of Wales team were in Paris telling the […]

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COP21 – 2 weeks really can fly!

COP21 – 2 weeks really can fly!

Cymraeg isod Team Size in Climate Generation Area Two weeks ago Team Size headed to Paris to attend the UN’s Climate Change Conference to represent Wales in the Climate Generation Area. The negotiations continue, but team Size are heading home. We’ve had a brilliant time and met some amazing people. One of our highlights has […]

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