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.

Recent Highlights

“Young people have grown up with the reality of climate change, we come from a different angle because we’re looking for solutions without being fully stuck in old paradigms. We should have a say in what happens with our future.”
- Claudia Naylor, a youth activist based in the county

InterClimate Network, Gloucestershire Youth Climate Group and Planet Cheltenham are collaborating to run a county wide survey of young people’s attitudes, thoughts and ideas on climate action. read more

"Ultimately, many of those who participated in the survey are future custodians of the borough and will soon be making the important decisions that shape Solihull’s environment."
- Councillor Andy Mackiewicz, Cabinet Portfolio Holder for Climate Change, Planning and Housing

We are excited to share that the Solihull Youth Climate Action Survey Report has now been published. The report, carried out in partnership with Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council, communicates the views of 550 young people aged 10 to 25 within the borough, providing rich insights into the perspectives on climate change from young people in Solihull. The Report offers insights as to how the Council can support young people and involve them in Solihull’s net zero journey. read more


We’re launching a project through the Aviva Community Fund which pioneers an innovative new approach to supporting young people to lead on climate action – the Climate Action Toolkit – with a local focus on schools and young people in Buckinghamshire. read more

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