The focus is already shifting to the ‘next 1.31 billion’, today’s 5-15 years olds who by 2030 will join the global work force.
For these kids, climate change education can foster the appetite for long-term behavioural shifts while equipping them with the cultural, technical and digital skills to thrive in a climate-changed future. Without such know-how, sustainable development will remain elusive.
Read in this edition of the GCCA+ Review of Climate Issues, articles on youth, climate actions, interviews and barometer.
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