Christopher Córdova, International Director of PIDES International based in Mexico talks to RTCC about the work they are doing combining theory and practical measures in combating climate change.
Olumide Idowu, from the Nigerian Youth Climate Coalition talk to RTCC about the work they do, the reasons why they do it and why working in Nigeria is not always easy.
The RTCC Rio+20 Student Workshop showed that the breadth of the conference’s agenda leads to huge complexity but also massive potential.
As the world prepares for Rio, RTCC wants you to add your voice to the growing numbers of people calling for real, solid action towards a sustainable future.
RTCC would like to invite you to attend our student focus, Road to Rio Workshop.
In the first post as part of RTCC’s Student Project, Daisy Haywood from Energise Cambridge explains the pressure the group are putting on their university to move to renewables.
RTCC’s student project aims to showcase the work going on up and down the country by students and youth groups in climate action.
Are you a student who’s passionate about the environment? Then RTCC wants you for our new Student Collaboration Project – mapping climate action across the UK.
Daisy Haywood, from the Cambridge Climate and Sustainability Forum asks what needs to be done to get more young people to act over climate change.