Time is already running out to tackle the climate and ecological emergency. Unlike world leaders, young people are refusing to let it drop off their agenda.
Schools from around the UK will be coming together online for the Youth Climate Summit during what would have been the week of COP26 to take action to create a more just, sustainable world and make commitments and pledges for the planet.
Coordinated by charity Global Action Plan and a team of dedicated teachers, the Youth Climate Summit will be a week-long virtual festival (9-13th November) of days of themed discussions and activities. We’re inviting schools, teachers and organisations all over the UK to submit session ideas and fringe events - explore our site to find out how you can help shape the agenda.
Full timings and details will be announced soon – many minds are working on what will be an exciting week of coordinated sharing, learning and action in schools and homes across the UK and beyond.
Get involved or be kept in the loop through the links below:
About the Summit
Find out all about the Youth Climate Summit 2020 here.
Fringe Programme Submissions
Interested in running a session at the Youth Climate Summit? Excellent. You're in the right place!
deadline: 22 September
Shape the programme
Give us your ideas for topics, events and anything else you'd like to see as part of the programme.
deadline: 30 September
Help make the summit happen
Are you a teacher or youth worker? Join the design team to help make the summit happen.
Part of an organisation that wants to support the summit? Get in touch here to let us know how you can help organise or promote the event.