We are excited with the announcement from First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, MSP recognizing the valuable work of the 2050 Climate Group and the Malawi Climate Youth Leaders Project with funding of £190,000 “in recognition of the inter-generational impacts of climate change”.
Speaking at the Austrian World Summit, Ms Sturgeon also confirmed £100,000 of funding to support the Global Climate Assembly, an initiative which will bring together 100 participants from the global North and South to learn from each other, and to make recommendations which will feed into COP26 discussions. The First Minister said that the world must seize its chance to tackle the climate crisis fairly at COP26 in Glasgow.
The Malawi Youth Climate Leaders has made valuable contributions to debate in the SMP’s Youth Festival and opportunities to ‘Meet the Young Climate Leaders’ and webinars on climate justice and climate change can be found here. For more funding announcement info click here.
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