Young Reporters Scotland

Are you an aspiring journalist, blogger, photographer, or YouTuber?

Do you care about our environment?

Create a written piece, take a photograph, or produce a film to inform and inspire others with the Young Reporters Scotland competition.

If you are aged 8-25 years old, Young Reporters Scotland is perfect opportunity for you to investigate and report on an environmental or sustainability issue which matters to you. The competition is designed to give young people a platform to express their opinions and solutions for environmental issues in addition to providing an opportunity to develop your own journalistic skills.

Why become a Young Reporter?

Create media that expresses your concerns, opinions, and resolutions.

Inform others about issues in your local area.

Inspire others to take action.

Share ideas with like-minded young people from around the world.

Young Reporters Scotland gives young people the platform to tell the stories that matter to them because, in the end, it's stories that will inspire change.

Ross Brannigan, Young Reporters Scotland Winner and

International Young Reporters for the Environment Runner-Up 2019

Choose an environmental topic

This could be anything you want it to be. Its your project and you can choose any environmental topic that is important to you.

Select a media type

Written | Photography | Film

Further information for each category can be found in resources.

Research your topic

Conduct interviews, read around the topic, use the resources section of the Young Reporters Scotland website, and investigate possible solutions.

Share your entries!

Tag us @KSBScotland and use the hashtag #YoungReportersScotland for a chance at getting your entries featured on our Instagram and Twitter feeds!

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