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Young people and climate change: Hear our voice

Jones, Verity

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Authors

Verity Jones Verity6.Jones@uwe.ac.uk
Senior Lecturer in Initial Teacher Education: Primary/Early years



Abstract

The consequences of climate change are becoming part of people’s everyday worlds as they live with increased risks of drought, flood and wildfires. Such conditions bring with them associated difficulties in food production, disease control and conservation efforts that are negatively impacting on people and planet alike.
A recent survey commissioned by Sky News reported that a quarter of Britons are unwilling to change key habits to help tackle climate change with 69% of those polled reporting that they were not personally affected by climate change. This survey did not include participant under 18 years old. In response to this, a similar survey was undertaken with 1170 young people (7-18 year olds) from across Britain in May 2021. This report outlines the findings and recommendations based on the young people’s survey responses and adds their voice to this discussion.

Citation

Jones, V. (2021). Young people and climate change: Hear our voice. Global Goals Centre

Report Type Research Report
Online Publication Date Jun 17, 2021
Publication Date Jun 17, 2021
Deposit Date Jun 17, 2021
Publicly Available Date Jun 18, 2021
Keywords Britain, 7-18 year olds, children, climate change, survey
Public URL https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/7477511
Additional Information link to full report can be found here: https://www.globalgoalscentre.org/news

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