Students in Dorset were given the opportunity to interview prominent names in the environmental space for a new magazine project.

Little Green Change, an award-winning non-profit social enterprise specialising in environmental education, has launched its first annual cross-school environmental magazine.

Writers aged 11 to 18 could contribute articles focusing on specific environmental topics like fast fashion or micro plastic pollution. They also had the opportunity to interview an individual or business leader in the sector.

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The magazine features a spotlight feature with wildlife TV presenter Chris Packham and student interviews with British entomologist and author Dr George McGavin and climate activist Laura Young.

There were contributions from students and staff across multiple UK schools including The Sir John Colfox Academy in Bridport and The Thomas Hardye School in Dorchester.

It includes a feature on ethical shopping written by Ethical Consumer Magazine, and career talks covering biodiversity and waste.

 Thanks to the financial support of HMCK Charity, copies printed on recycled paper are being delivered to each of the schools and students featured.

Little Green Change is now looking for environmentally responsible companies and organisations to sponsor the 2025 magazine edition.

Any businesses interested can contact Clare Matheson, founder and director of Little Green Change at 

 An electronic version of the magazine can be viewed via Little Green Change’s website,