Face Your Elephant Project

Face Your Elephant drawings

One of the activities that goes on in the Face Your Elephant tent is a graffiti wall. Here are some food themed drawings from it.

Kit Jones

Kit Jones, member of General Council and Banbury district

Face Your Elephant team

The team of volunteer peer educators from the Face Your Elephant project, summer 2010

Inside Face Your Elephant

Volunteer peer educator Saul talks to festival goers in the Face Your Elephant tent at a festival in summer 2010

Peter Soulsby, MP

Peter Soulsby, MP for Leicester South, at Woodcraft Folk's Face Your Elephant tent

Face Your Elephant

Young people getting involved in Woodcraft Folk's Face Your Elephant project at a festival

Face Your Elephant in action

Festival goers in the Face Your Elephant tent find out more from Saul

Face Your Elephant

Face Your Elephant brings together young peer educators from Woodcraft Folk with research students to engage festival goers in the science and engineering of how to reduce their carbon footprint. It attended four festivals in 2009 and five in 2010 and spoke to a total of 7,500 festival goers.

The project included:

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