Young people should have the opportunity to play a full and active role in their communities. We do this by ensuring that their voices are listened to, ensuring they have choice about their lives and their environment, and empowering them to play a part in the decisions that affect their lives and communities.

  • Youth in a Changing Climate

    What do young people really think about climate change? This report is based on focus groups and a survey of 500 young people. It explores young people’s views on climate change, what they want to see from the transition to a low carbon society, and how they would like to be involved. Published November 2021…

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  • Young Green Leaders at Our Bright Future project

    Our Bright Future: Green Leaders Summary Report

    The Green Leaders programme was one of 31 projects funded through the £33 million Our Bright Future portfolio managed by Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts on behalf of the National Lottery Community Fund (previously Big Lottery Fund). The programme was developed in response to a range of challenges facing young people and local communities in…

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    Young Green Leaders

    We must of course see through the mist of nostalgia and recognise that young people’s lives and priorities are very different now than they were even 20 years ago. However, what hasn’t changed is the desire of young people to connect with each other and make their presence felt in their community. Graham Duxbury, January…

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