Anum Farhan

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Children, young people and adults march together in London, England to highlight the climate and biodiversity crisis. Photo: Getty Images.

Faced with the existential threat of climate change, young people have been mobilizing all over the world over the last couple of years, successfully taking their governments to court over climate inaction in some places. Indeed, the largest public opinion survey on climate change, the People’s Climate Vote, reveals that in every country across the world, more young people than older people see climate change as a global emergency. Yet, in a pivotal year for climate action ahead of COP26, international climate strategies still largely ignore young people, overlooking their right to meaningfully participate in formulating and implementing the climate policy that affects them.…  Seguir leyendo »