Groundwork – Young People and Climate Action report
Groundwork is currently running a survey as part of our research on youth perspectives on climate change.
How do young people feel about climate change? How do they want to be involved in making decisions and taking action on the environment? What can we do to support them?
These are some of the questions that Groundwork is hoping to address through our research on youth perspectives on climate change. As part of our Local Action, Global Impact campaign, we want to hear from as many young people as possible – whether they’re young environmentalists or rarely think about climate change.
Young people aged 16-25 can take their survey for the chance to win one of three £40 vouchers: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/GWKYouthClimateAction
Groundwork will use the results of the survey alongside discussions with young people to inform a report to be published this autumn, in the lead up to the UN Climate Summit in Glasgow. The report will help policy makers and organisations like Groundwork to engage with a wider range of young people on decisions about climate change and their futures.
For more information, contact: Fay Holland, Policy & Research Executive, Groundwork UK [email protected].
Posted on 3rd August 2021