Find out what the global young people are saying about climate change and action, and how their voices are informing climate debate.
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Read stories about what people are doing through The Climate Connection.
Supported by the Connecting Classrooms programme, schools in the UK and Nepal have taken their beekeeping efforts global.
Can comics change the world? Ten Years to Save the World, one of a series of Creative Commissions supported by the British Council, aims to do just that.
Abdelfattah Nada’s passion for climate action took him all the way to COP26. He tells us why world leaders have a lot to learn from young people like him.
Young Nepalese climate activist Umesh Balal Magar tells us about attending last November’s COY16 and COP26 conferences and his experiences in fighting for climate justice.
The Climate Connection’s school video competition uncovered a host of amazing climate action carried out by students and teachers globally. Check out some of the winning entries.
We look at how Global Youth Letter is providing a platform for young people globally to voice their views on the future of our planet.
Louise Williamson is founder of the Mashesha Stove Project.
Rushati Mukherjee, BBC journalist and chair of the Global Youth Letter on Climate Action launch panel, spoke to us about youth voices in climate action and their advice for aspiring activist
A key way the Climate Connection is bringing collaborative, inclusive and creative responses to the climate conversation is through the Creative Commissions.
Here we look at key resources to support teachers to bring climate action into the classroom. Read More
Young people will inherit today’s problems, so they should be part of today’s solutions. Yet, too often, they are the unheard voice on climate change. Read more
Learn more about how the British Council is working with local and global partners in Bangladesh to support the country on its journey of climate.