Head girl at St Gerard's and vice-chair of Youth Climate Ambassadors for Wales,  Shenona Mitra is calling on her peers to use their vote to "amplify and empower the youth voice"

In May, people aged 16 and 17 will be able to vote in the Welsh Parliament election for the first time.

Shenona Mitra, 17, from Bangor, and Poppy Stowell-Evans, 16, from Newport, said the impact of young activists like Greta Thunberg had fuelled the passion of other young people to campaign for the environment.

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