Climate Change and Youth and/in Local Governments
AbstractCan young people help to increase awareness about climate change and its impacts working through local bodies? A perceptive and informative presentation by the UN-HABITAT Youth Advisory Board Member at the Local Government Climate Leadership Summit held in Copenhagen last week.
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young people; climate change; government; leadership; population; developing countries; India; carbon emissions;
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