Aiming Higher. Elevating Meaningful Youth Engagement for Climate Action

03/2022 | Report
[Translate to English:] Cover Elevating Meaningful Youth Engagement for Climate Action

Tackling the climate crisis requires ambition and inclusivity. With over 1.8 billion young people in the world, youth are critical stakeholders in climate action yet face complex challenges and are often excluded from decision making. Through the lens of Nationally Determined Contribution (NDCs) implementation, this guidance explores what meaningful youth engagement in climate action looks like by identifying dimensions and pathways to support youth participation and ensure climate justice

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