Green Ambassadors is WWF’s dedicated campaign enabling young people (ages 5 – 14) and their families to learn more about the natural world, explore and share their love for it, and feel inspired to safeguard it.

Activities for young people

Our fun and engaging activities have been designed for children of all ages, and have been developed to encourage wildlife into your local area and explore your love of nature.

For teachers & schools

To support teachers and pupils, we’ve provided a series of engaging curriculum resources and activities that enable them to build their knowledge and understanding of the natural world.

For leaders and youth groups

Through our work with youth groups and young people, we’re aiming to inspire a new generation of sustainability champions and help young people make positive choices for a brighter future for our planet.


If you have your Green Ambassador story to tell, why not share it with others! We love to hear from schools, families and groups and we’re here to help you share your experiences with others. You may even inspire them to begin their own Green Ambassadors journey!

October 31, 2017

Our orang-utan and snow leopard adoptions!

Abberley Primary School decided to sponsor an endangered species. To be precise we have adopted a snow leopard and an orang-utan. The motivation for this was […]
February 4, 2017

Our first trip to the WWF as Green Ambassadors

Today we visited the WWF in Woking to find out what it really means to be a Green Ambassador at our school. We talked about things […]
January 16, 2017

Our story so far…

Global Gang is a group where, we campaign and help children and adults understand issues that affect us as a global community. In October we sold […]

Our fantastic Explore species poster for young people looks at the magnificant snow leopard, which usually lives at altitudes of between 3,000m and 4,500m; above the tree line in the cold, rugged mountains of northern and central Asia including parts of the Himalayas.