Evidence into policy

Youth-inclusive climate change adaptation: Bringing intersectionality to the forefront of sustainable development

By 13/12/2023

With COP28 taking place, it is crucial to recognise the urgency of addressing the unique challenges faced by adolescents and youth in LMICs due to climate change. This policy brief by GAGE and IIED serves as an invaluable resource, providing a roadmap for policymakers, researchers, and advocates to navigate the complex intersectional landscape of climate change impacts on young people. It is our collective responsibility to amplify the voices of the youth, integrate their perspectives into climate policies, and work towards a sustainable future that leaves no one behind. Let us rally behind this informative brief and advocate for meaningful change at COP28 and beyond.

To read the full policy brief, please visit the GAGE website.