The 24 year old had her faced painted with a flower blooming over her eye from cracked earth etched on her shoulder to pose for the striking picture taken by photographer Rankin.
The shoot was held to promote Earth Hour on Saturday, 23 March, when people around the world are encouraged to turn off their lights for one hour, to show they care about the future of our planet.
Flower power: Daisy had her faced painted with a flower blooming over her eye from cracked earth etched on her shoulder to promote Earth Hour
Daisy said: 'If we enjoy our planet then I believe we need to take care of it. I hope that people across the UK and the world will take a moment this Earth Hour to appreciate both the beauty and the fragility of the natural world that we rely on so much.'
Environmentalist: Daisy said: 'If we enjoy our planet then I believe we need to take care of it'
Globally more than 7,000 cities in 152 countries are expected to join the switch off with The Empire State building, the Eiffel Tower and the Great Wall of China all taking part.
Many of the landmarks can be viewed live as they plunge into darkness at wwf.org.uk/earthhourlive
Switch off: Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament will turn off their lights for an hour on Saturday
Celebrity chef's such as Gordon Ramsay and Raymond Blanc have created special Earth Hour recipes for people to recreate during the hour to then enjoy by candlelight.