A first step to involve and reach young people will be to raise awareness of the issues around climate change in a way they can relate to. The competition run by the Eco-Schools network on behalf of Welsh Government was designed to encouraging pupils to use their imagination to produce a 3-minute video to share their thoughts on a low carbon future for Wales. 

In their videos, pupils were encouraged to talk about ideas of how Wales can achieve cleaner energy, air and water, healthier food and less pollution.

The winning school received a prize of £1,000 and two runners up received up to £500 each. The award money can only be used to fund decarbonisation projects at the school. 


Gaer Primary School

Runners up

Fochriw Primary School

Sandfields Primary School

Cystadleuaeth Llywodraeth Cymru "Cymru 2050"