Young people around the world unanimously consider climate change to be the biggest threat facing the planet but many struggle to engage in meaningful action and have their voices heard.
A four-year scientific project conducted by the Norwegian University of Science and Technology proved that art can be a powerful tool in changing people’s perception.
The British Council hosted a special webinar, titled “The Green Economy” as part of The Climate Connection campaign. Find out more.
Can arts and culture drive the climate change dialogue? Can language help bring people together? Should it be bottom-up or top-down action?
Dr. Olumuyiwa Bayode Adegun has stressed the need to ensure urban sustainability by embracing green infrastructure in the Guardian Nigeria.
Read the press release from the side event of the UN High-Level Political Forum on climate change and human mobility.
Adrian Fenton, Senior Consultant, Public Engagement at the British Council, talks to CNN in the Philippines about FameLab Climate Change Communicators.
We are supporting new trilateral research collaborations between universities in Japan, the United Kingdom, and ASEAN countries, aimed at addressing climate change.
The Climate Connection campaign officially launched on 3 June, with the global, inter-generational Conversation for Change panel.
Nepal is one of the countries most vulnerable to climate change. We are countering climate change through innovation and empowering women and young people.
To mark the Earth Day, on 22 April 2021, we ran a Restore our Earth Facebook live discussion to raise awareness about climate change in Azerbaijan.
On 21 April 2021, more than twenty mayors and city leaders representing 19 countries from around the world met online to discuss the urgent issue of climate-forced displacement.
March 2021 | The 'Commonwealth Futures Climate Research Cohort' brings together 26 researchers from 16 countries to accelerate climate action in the run-up to COP26 in November 2021.