The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales (WTSWW) are looking for young people (aged 9-24) to join our Living Seas team to help tackle climate change and protect our seas as part of the new Stand for Nature Wales project.

Stand for Nature Wales is a youth climate change project with a big ambition! The six Wildlife Trusts in Wales have come together to tackle climate change with the help of the young people of Wales. Thanks to funding from the National Lottery Community Fund, for the next three years, we will work to empower and inspire young people to take action for nature and wildlife in their local area in a bid to tackle climate change.

WTSWW’s Living Seas team based at the Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre in New Quay will be working with young people living in coastal Ceredigion to protect our seas, take climate action and to inspire others in the local community to make a difference.

We’re looking for young people to join our Living Seas Youth Forum and –

  • Discover more about the marine environment and climate change
  • Discuss how we can take climate action and inspire others in coastal Ceredigion
  • Take positive action for our seas and marine wildlife by developing and running campaigns and events both online and in the local area
  • Connect to nature and the local marine environment
  • Meet like-minded people and have fun!

Through the forum young people will receive training, be supported and empowered by Wildlife Trust staff and make a difference to their local community.

If you work with any young people who would be interested in becoming involved in the project they can contact Laura Evans, Living Seas Project Officer directly at

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