Who’s deciding your climate future?
New climate-altering technologies are on the horizon. How does society decide which, if any, to deploy? The rules aren’t written yet; what role can young people play in creating them?
C2G's Youth Climate Voices
Youth Briefing Notes
C2G’s Youth briefing notes provide quarterly updates on developments relating to the governance of climate-altering approaches and in particular resources, events and activities that may be of interest to younger people.
Youth Climate Voices Activities
C2G’s Youth Voices for Emerging Climate Governance project has provided six ‘Youth Climate Voices’ with access to evidence-based learning on the science, governance, and diverse stakeholder perspectives as they relate to the governance of solar radiation modification. C2G does not necessarily endorse the opinions stated by the Youth Climate Voices, the views are their own. We do, however, encourage a constructive conversation involving multiple viewpoints and voices.
Pétur Halldórsson is chair of Ungir umhverfissinnar (Icelandic Youth Environmentalist Association); sits as a board member of Landvernd, Iceland’s largest environmental NGO; and led the founding of the Arctic Youth Network. Pétur joined a session hosted by C2G on...
Ashley Komangaapik Rose Cummings is from Pangnirtung, Nunavut, Canada. She is a member of Canada’s Prime Minister’s Youth Council (PMYC) and does extensive work in youth engagement and advocacy for Inuit and youth. Ashley joined a session on "Saving the Arctic:...
In support of the UN Youth Climate Summit, C2G hosted a series of interactive games for young climate leaders exploring how society might tackle difficult decisions about whether or not to deploy climate-altering technologies to tackle global heating. Some scientists...
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