Get creative about
climate change.

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We’re invited young advocates for climate action to submit original artworks or poems which respond to themes or raise awareness of issues surrounding climate change. Vote for your favourite now!

Get creative about climate change.

In February, we asked young people of the Liverpool City Region to ‘Get creative about climate change’ and to submit artworks and poems for the chance to be exhibited at the Museum of Liverpool throughout March.

Below, you’ll find the winner and 9 of the shortlisted works, selected by representatives from Liverpool’s Bus Alliance (consisting of Arriva, Stagecoach and Merseytravel) and National Museums Liverpool.

The artworks and poems, which respond to issues surrounding the climate crisis, air pollution and transport, are on display within the Museum of Liverpool’s ‘Liverpool on wheels: from horses to horsepower’ exhibition.


Sick Earth

Sick Earth,bu Inke, aged 14

Runners up!

My Merseyside

My Merseyside, by Charlie, aged 10

Me and your and CO2

Me and you and CO2!, by Hattie, aged 8

Polar Bear Meltdown

Polar Bear Meltdown, by Katy, aged 10

Climate Change picture poem

Climate Change Picture Poem, by Natalya, aged 11

Dear Future

Dear Future, by Kiki, aged 10

Climate Change Rap

Climate Change Rap, by Jacob, aged 11

Explosion of colours

Explosion of Colours, by Olivia, aged 10

Climate change

Climate change, by Rahaf, aged 10

There will be a day

There will be a day, by Rosie, aged 15