YOUNG people in Wrexham are being urged to enter the search to become a Climate Change Champion for Wales.
The National Assembly Government is looking for six young people to spend a year spreading the word about how to tackle climate change in their communities and across Wales.
The champions will spend a year telling people about the simple action they can take to reduce their carbon footprint, focusing on energy, water and transport use.
They will have a busy schedule, including taking part in a European fact-finding expedition to see what is being done to reduce carbon emissions in other countries. They will also have the chance to attend events throughout Wales to communicate to people positive steps they can take in their everyday lives.
Green teens can enter the contest by sending an entry demonstrating how they would encourage their friends, family, school or community to reduce their carbon footprint.
Entries can take almost any creative format, for example, a newspaper article, web pages, or a TV or radio presentation.
The competition is open to any young person in Wales aged between 11 and 18. The deadline for entries is November 28.
For further information or to enter the contest, visit www. walescarbonfootprint.gov.uk.