Little Green Change, the non-profit environmental education company based in Lyme Regis, is publishing its first student-created environmental magazine.

They are inviting young contributors aged between 11-18 to involve themselves in the magazine's creation.

Students from The Woodroffe School and Colyton Grammar School have already signed up.

However, the organisers are keen on having students from a range of schools take part.

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The magazine content can range from articles focussing on environmental matters like fast fashion or microplastic pollution to interviews with high-profile individuals or business leaders in the environment sector.

It can also includes school or business case studies depicting their eco-actions till now, environmental career information and an eco quiz.

Little Green Change's founder and director, Clare Matheson said: "This is a great opportunity for students aged 11-18 who are interested in the environment and/or a future career in journalism to feature in a professionally printed publication.

"I have produced student magazines in the past and feedback from the participants has been brilliant.

"Being able to take a professional magazine with your credited work featured in it to future job interviews can really help, and the students I have worked with in the past have gained a strong sense of pride from being involved."

The magazine will be made available later this year, in both digital and physical forms.

The printed versions, using recycled paper, will be distributed among the participating schools, students, organisations and individuals featured.

Students who wish to take part can contact for more details.