Add your voice to ensure young people have a say at COP26

In November, world leaders will be gathering in Glasgow for one of the most important climate summits ever held. They will be discussing progress on targets to tackle climate change, and how this can be accelerated in the face of a growing climate emergency.

To make sure young people have a say at this influential conference, and that nature is at the forefront of considerations, the Scottish Wildlife Trust’s Young Leaders have been spearheading the Wildlife Trusts’ movement-wide engagement work with young people in the lead up to the conference.

Through our Young People’s Nature Assemblies and online surveys, we have gathered the views of young people across the UK.

On behalf of the Wildlife Trusts movement

“There can be no greater
legacy than giving young
people the tools they need
to save our planet.”

Sir David Attenborough


COP26 Wild Youth Survey

Thanks for completing our survey during September. The ideas provided through this survey will contribute towards a Youth Manifesto, which will be published by the Wildlife Trusts ahead of COP26 to demonstrate the views of young people (aged under 30) across the UK. Watch this space for more information.

Keep up with all our updates, information and action by following @ScotWild_YL on Twitter and using #COP26WildYouth. You can also use these tags to share your views with us.  

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