InterClimate Network engages young people with the challenges of climate change, inspires their climate action, and promotes their voices in their own sustainable future.

Recent Highlights

Young people are pressing for change to every aspect of our lives in response to the Climate Crisis. Today we are listening to them and helping them plan to make change happen.
- Mike Barry, formerly Director of Sustainability at M&S

Over 300 young people from 39 secondary schools took part in five Climate Conferences held in Bristol, Cheltenham, Hounslow, Reading and Solihull. They excelled in complex negotiations and in raising global ambition, and really valued meeting inspiring local organisations. read more

Most of my friends don’t know that much about what’s happening with climate change. After today I will actually go and tell my friends.
- Karviya, Hounslow secondary student

Climate Conference Video: This video captures the essence of our Climate Conferences for secondary schools, showing ICN's collaboration with the London Borough of Hounslow and 10 local schools in a high calibre event in November 2019. To view the video read more

We were also fascinated to learn about Helen’s (an ICN volunteer) role in Bloomberg. We are all are studying Geography at University it was really helpful to learn about possible career paths.
- Isla Graves - Ex 6th form student from Badminton School, Bristol

ICN Leadership Prize: Four ex 6th form students at Badminton School, Bristol, report on their tour of Bloomberg’s award winning sustainable building in London, the tour they chose as their ICN Leadership Prize. read more

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Recent Stories

  • Opportunities for new Trustees at ICN

    InterClimate Network is an innovative and effective charity that inspires and enables young people to consider climate sustainability to be one of their priorities in planning their careers and lives.... read more

  • Inspired to Get Involved

    Emily Smith, a sixth former at Reading’s Kendrick School, was invited to speak at Reading Youth Cabinet’s climate debate on 31 January 2020, as the cabinet shifts their focus towards... read more

  • British Education and Young People

    This article, by secondary school student Selene Kalra, was originally published in the Commonwealth Human Ecology Council Journal No 49 in May 2019: In the last few months, it has... read more