- Designing the future
- Exploring our surroundings
- Highlighting injustice
Harvesting rain water
How to harvest rainwater
Ways to harvest rainwater and how to use it sustainably
We can change our problems
Which one do you want? It’s your choice
No animal testing
You can do the impossible
Stop Animal Testing
Treat everyone same
You can’t call us equal until you pay us equally!
Stop the war
Recycling a day keeps the pollution away!
You are the voice – Make your choice!
An iceberg for some plastic
You caused this – we fix it
Every time you turn on the radiator…
Future Oxford & the Maldives
Our Eco-friendly bus
Bug house and bird house
Recycled clothes for chairs
Solar panels; take or leave a plant
A floating city
This is the world we’ll have to inherit. This is our future. We’re gonna have to deal with these issues at some point. Adults talk but they don’t take action. Some do but the majority don’t. They leave it to the government. And world issues get left behind.
I’m not saying that my children, at eight and nine years old, are going to turn around and change the world tomorrow. But I’m hoping that my children at eight and nine years old care about their environment, and will be able to, in a few years’ time, stand up and say “Well, actually, I want my world to look like this. And this is how I’m going to do that”.
All these things are personal to us so it was quite nice that we could choose.
There are people… who are showing that our generation can already make a difference even before we’re adults. It makes me feel like there’s hope rather than an endless list of things to fix.
The [children are] like, fully sold on it, they really believe in what they’re doing. They’ve researched it. They’re very clear about what they’re doing. I think that they’ve been empowered. I think [the project] has transformed them.