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.

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Free to schools, and suited to Years 8-13, places are limited (max of 16 country teams with 4 per team) so register your interest asap: schools@interclimate.org.

InterClimate Network is delighted to be working with Birmingham City Council to offer a UN-style COP28 climate conference for Birmingham secondary schools. The conference will be held in the Council Chambers on Wednesday 6 December and will bring the ‘real world’ global climate negotiations to life as well as investigate local climate action. read more

This comprehensive report ensures the voices of young people are heard in conversations around climate and it’s encouraging to see that 7 in 10 children are already acting to fight climate change.
- Chris Pitt (Social Impact Director, Benefact Group)

Almost 10,000 British schoolchildren participated in one of the largest ever surveys of its kind, which revealed the critical importance of schools in their understanding of climate change and how to take action read more

After three on-line workshops (open to all schools who had run a Climate Action Survey), this was a welcome chance for students to meet face-to-face, developing skills in: behaviour change approaches to climate change; communication; and using audience insights in their own climate action campaigns.

Lead students from four schools from Bristol, Gloucestershire and Solihull came together for a unique Climate Action Event, generously hosted at Benefact House in Gloucester. read more

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