Climate change – what do young people think?

Ritchie Cogan
Ritchie Cogan2nd December 2014

 

The Climate Outreach and Information Network (COIN) has published a new report documenting what young people think about climate change. The Young Voices report interviewed 18-25 year olds and concludes that present engagement strategies are failing with young people. It proposes – and tests – new climate change narratives aimed specifically at this age group.  Go to their website for the report.

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