In partnership with One Young World and the Democracy and Culture Foundation, Mishcon de Reya today launched the findings of the Global Youth Climate Inquiry at the Extreme Youth Hangout at COP26.
The Inquiry focused on the impact that climate change is having on young people and their communities globally, the extent to which young people are able to make their views heard to local, national and international decision-makers, and to hold these decision makers accountable, and how to craft local, national and global initiatives that successfully engage young people in efforts to tackle climate change.
The report summarises findings from the Inquiry, including possible models for future local, national and global youth enfranchisement initiatives. It is hoped this forms the starting point for a broader project promoting youth enfranchisement in climate related decision-making.
Visit the Global Youth Climate Inquiry to explore the findings and the full report.