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Cub Scout Environmental Conservation Activity Badge (UKNP)

Cub Scout Environmental Conservation Activity Badge (UKNP)

To purchase this badge you need to fit the...To purchase this badge you need to fit the following criteria – be a registered Badge Secretary, Section or Assistant Section Leader or a County or District Administrator. You’ll need to sign in, enter your details plus your membership number in the Scout ID box.   Read more
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  • Type: Woven with merrow border
  • Size: 40mm
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Scouts are proud to partner with UK Power Networks to support the Cub Scouts Environment Conservation Badge.

Through fun and thought-provoking activities and resources, the aim of our partnership is to empower young people to make a difference at home and in their communities by learning about how people use energy.

The power company also provides practical tips on how to save money on energy usage, who to contact in case of an emergency and what to do in a power cut.

How to earn the badge:

1. Learn how to separate recyclable and non-recyclable rubbish ready for collection. Find out where to take recyclable items that cannot be collected with your normal rubbish.

2. Find out how to reduce the energy and water you use in your home. Show how you have encouraged your family to reduce water and energy use over four weeks.

3. Find out about one type of renewable energy. Talk to your leader about the advantages and disadvantages of the technology.

4. Take part in two projects with a group of other people. You could:

  • clear a ditch, pond or creek
  • make, set up and look after a bird feeder, table, nesting box or bath
  • look after a piece of land or a garden
  • tidy up a piece of wasteland
  • take part in an anti-litter campaign
  • plant a tree or shrub
  • look after a compost bin.

Top tips: For number two, you could use a smart meter to track the change in your home energy use.