They’re encouraged to discuss actions like recycling and choosing environmentally-friendly products, before they pledge to make changes in their own lives after watching the film.
Dr Simon Boxall, a Lecturer in Ocean and Earth Science at the University of Southampton, also appears in the TV piece in support of Leah’s campaign.
‘There have always been changes in our climate – from ice ages to tropical periods – but we think the changes that we’re seeing today are primarily down to human activity,’ he says.
‘As the sea levels have risen, we’ve already seen people along the south coast being forced out of their homes. Coastal erosion is increasing, there’s more energy in the ocean and more energy in the atmosphere, and that means we get more storms and more extreme weather.’
Leah adds: ‘I really hope my project makes people think, perhaps about recycling or checking that the products they're using contain environmentally-friendly ingredients.
‘If each individual did that, it would have a massive positive impact on the world.’