School pupils tell leaders what they want for a future Wales

5 August, 2021

Pupils from Years 3 and 4 at Llandogo Primary School in Monmouth have designed postcards telling leaders in Wales what they want from a future Wales.

The colourful postcards are full of great ideas about reducing Wales’ carbon footprint, protecting our habitats and making it easier for people to make environmentally-friendly choices.

Some of the pupils’ ideas include:

  • using renewable energy like wind power and solar panels
  • planting more trees
  • cheaper public transport
  • no cars Monday
  • banning plastic
  • more green roofs
  • protecting seagrass.

The postcards will be used by Climate Cymru to advocate for these and similar policies to be implemented in Wales.

Check out some of the fantastic drawings below!

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