May Tatum explores the power of local youth alliances to motivate behaviour change on sustainability, and to build momentum towards societal action on climate change.
St Mary Redcliffe and Temple School in Bristol is leading the way on climate action. Rachel Shepherd explores the journey the school has been on for the last two years.
Students took time to trial a new climate behaviour survey during lockdown and showed there’s a lot to learn by comparing Covid-19 with the Climate Emergency. Over 160 students from... read more
Young people from 9 schools helped shape and test a new climate behaviour change survey during lockdown, a tool that will really help to have a say about climate action... read more
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
At InterClimate Network’s National Summit in Portcullis House in 2018 we (Phoebe, Nicole, Nathalie, and myself) won the Leadership Prize for our work to raise awareness of environmental issues in... read more
One of the key moments in this year’s Climate calendar was the United Nations Climate Action Summit. The Summit, convened by the UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, was held in... read more
Young people have found their voice! Whether it is through the passionate speeches of Greta Thunberg or the mass movement of the School Strikes 4 Climate, there is no doubt now about the awareness and determination of the generation that are set to inherit a warmer climate.
As a sixth former at Reading School, in June I was lucky enough to be a representative at the first step in forming Reading’s new Climate Strategy and Action Plan.... read more
I recently spoke at a conference in Barcelona called ‘Fixing the Future’. The aim of the two-days was to bring together a range of different artists, creatives, entrepreneurs, activists, and... read more