Our vision is that young people in the UK are empowered and enabled to lead, advocate and take action towards environmentally sustainable behaviours, career choices and societal change.
A national survey from InterClimate Network finds more than 8 in 10 young people concerned about climate change, among other findings. read more
Schoolchildren from all four UK nations took on the role of negotiating teams ahead of the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) at a unique youth summit. read more
The recent meeting of the Youth Action on Climate Change All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) spotlighted youth activists launching legal challenges against governments and big business on climate change. read more
December 8, 2021
Bringing youth voices into net zero strategy – new approaches (Webinar)
Join our free webinar which introduces new insights into understanding the motivations and attitudes of young people towards the climate crisis, and in bringing youth voices into net zero planning at all levels.
November 29, 2021
Reading Schools Climate Conference 2021 Summary
Overview Our thanks to all six schools that took part in the Reading Schools Climate Conference on 10 November 2021: The Bulmershe School; Highdown School; Kendrick School; King’s Academy Prospect; Maiden Erlegh in Reading and Reading School. ... read more
November 5, 2021
National survey finds more than 8 in 10 young people concerned about climate change
The release of the report highlights key concerns of young people at a critical time for international decision-making.
October 29, 2021
Orca: the future of carbon capture?
The recently opened Orca facility in Iceland has been pointed to as the future of carbon capture and storage technology.