CLIMATE INEQUALITY: MISSING RAINFALL

CLIMATE INEQUALITY: MISSING RAINFALL

Climate change is displacing refugees across the world. Typically, it’s the planet’s poorest people who are on the front line of our collective struggle against global warming. Previously, we have looked at an activist racing to relocate her neighbours from a sinking...
CLIMATE INEQUALITY: DEVASTATING DUNES

CLIMATE INEQUALITY: DEVASTATING DUNES

Following our story of the inspiring work of Ursala Ravoka and the relocation of the world’s first climate refugees from their island which is being swallowed by the sea, this instalment of Planet Earth Games’ series on people’s climate change stories turns our gaze...
NATIONAL SCHOOL SPORT WEEK

NATIONAL SCHOOL SPORT WEEK

It’s National School Sport Week. It’s hot. It’s sunny. It would be a perfect week for sport’s day. Whether you’re a sack-race ace or a triple jump champion, 2020 has been disappointing for many. However, the Youth Sport Trust has teamed...
CLIMATE INEQUALITY: RISING TIDES

CLIMATE INEQUALITY: RISING TIDES

At Planet Earth Games, when we advocate our mantra “Healthy Planet, Healthy People”, it is because the unhealthy planet, riddled with unsustainable actions and climate change, is causing unhealthy and life-threatening results for many of the world’s poorest people....
THE SIMPLE THINGS

THE SIMPLE THINGS

One of our great lessons of from the pandemic is rediscovering local nature spots. writes Planet Earth Games Chief Executive Chris Broadbent. Yes, we are lucky, my family and I live in Devon. In normal times, we would not hesitate to drive to the beach or on the...
FOUR Rs TO SAVE THE ENVIRONMENT

FOUR Rs TO SAVE THE ENVIRONMENT

At Planet Earth Games, we love seeing our planet green, alive and healthy! We believe in the power of personal choices when it comes to protecting our planet. Since the start of the global lockdown, the world has seen the largest drop of carbon emissions, ever!...