WildWEB

Our digital action programme for young people


INTRODUCING WILDWEB

We have just launched WildWEB, a brand new digital programme to support young people aged 13 - 17 to take action for the environment over this period and prepare for the world that lies beyond the lockdown. 

WildWEB is completely free and is hosted by our team alongside expert volunteers and an exciting lineup of special guests. The programme is for all young people, regardless of knowledge level, experience, interest and resources. You'll be on this journey with hundreds of inspiring young people from all over the country and even beyond our borders! 

 

THE WILDWEB JOURNEY

Join us each WildWEB 'cycle' as we explore a different big issue impacting our planet and learn how we can take action from our homes while pushing for big systemic changes around us. 

Week 1: Uncover the truth

You'll meet our team of environmental experts and campaigners from the frontline to discuss the causes of the climate and ecological crisis and explore the power structures that got us into this mess. 

Week 3: Take action

With our support, you'll use the resources around you to take action at home. Lead a DIY project, rewild your garden or balcony, upcycle your old clothes, start a campaign with other young people...the sky is the limit! 

Week 2: The upside

You'll discover innovative and creative solutions for a greener, more equal society whilst building crucial skills to tackle the big issues like persuasive writing, public speaking, practical conservation and filmmaking. 

Week 4: Share & celebrate!

We'll help you share your successes from the month with others on Instagram, TikTok, YouTube and Twitter. Then you'll come together with other WildWEB participants to celebrate and plan your legacy. 

OUR WildWEB THEMES

Cycle 1: Secrets of our food
Cycle 2: Unboxing throwaway culture
Cycle 3: Nature Unearthed
Cycle 4: Coming soon...
 

SIGN UP TO WILDWEB!

In order to access the WildWEB programme, you will need to register using the link below. When you register, you will receive access to the WildWEB platform where we'll share resources, schedule webinars, facilitate discussions and much, much more. While there is no obligation to take part in every activity, we hope you will explore the ones that sound interesting to you and challenge yourself to try something new.

Not sure if the programme is for you just yet? You can get a taste of WildWEB by following our activities on Instagram, Twitter, YouTube and TikTok in the coming months, where we will be sharing lots of exciting videos, action ideas and challenges that are open to everyone. You can register for WildWEB when you feel ready. 

If you do not have regular access to the internet, our team can send you hardcopy versions of most of the resources. 

 

INFORMATION FOR PARENTS/CARERS

We understand the importance of keeping parents and carers informed about how their children are using digital platforms and programmes like WildWEB. Before we complete your child's registration and give them access to the programme, you will receive an email from us with an information pack about the programme and the safety measures we have in place, and we will seek your formal consent for your child to take part. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to get in contact with our team.

 
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