Sponsored content: Renewed ambition represents an awareness of the key role energy efficiency plays in hitting carbon targets
A cooperative of developing-world universities aim will share curricula on climate change, reducing the need for consultants from wealthy countries
COMMENT: A crisis in economics education is creating a generation of leaders who don’t understand climate change
Adam Dyster from the UK Youth Climate Coalition says the inclusion of climate debate in the UK geography curriculum is hugely important
Islands’ Minister of Environment and Energy says tourists must start to appreciate the consequences of their actions
Youth Profile #16: Billy Batware from United for Education and Sustainable Futures talks about how important education is to eradicating violence, poverty and climate change in the developing world.
In the ninth of the RTCC Youth Series we talk to Chris Castro from IDEASforUs about driving sustainability in US campuses, the importance of innovation and entrepreneurship and taking the group global.
In the eighth in a series of youth profiles, we speak to Jamal Musah from the Ghana Youth Climate Coalition – one of Africa’s newest climate change groups.
In RTCC’s latest youth profile Putri Ayusha from Transformasi Hijau talks about changing behavior in Indonesia – the world’s third largest emitter.
In the third of RTCC’s Youth Action series, Amara Possian form the Canadian Youth Climate Coalition talks about youth empowerment, international negotiations and the creativity young people bring to the process.
New study finds that science literacy comes second to cultural beliefs when adopting views on climate change.
Speaking at the ICLEI Resilient Cities Conference 2012, Antony Spalton from UNICEF spoke to RTCC about the role children play in reducing risks from disasters.
His Holiness the Dalai Lama has called for cooperation, trust and friendship to protect “our small, blue planet” from the threat of climate change.
Darren Hughes, head of public affairs at the Rothamsted Research Institute, explores how smarter communications could prompt more effective climate action.
Children and young people across the world are being put at the heart of climate change adaptation and risk reduction schemes, for International Disaster Reduction Day 2011