Climate Chaos

Passionate students are not a new thing. But the recent global walkout of over 1.4 million young people because of climate chaos and the lack of Climate Action is unprecedented.

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Unsurprisingly, schools revealed that they were uncertain of how to respond to the school strikes and how to channel the excitement and determination of their pupils into constructive and impactful action against climate chaos.

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GAP answered that need by commissioning us to create a Climate Chaos Response Toolkit, helping teachers build on enthusiasm and meet students’ demands to have their voice heard in a way which is safe and manageable for the leadership team.

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Conversations can help to reduce anxiety and are a crucial first step towards action. However, many young people feel locked out of the climate conversation, and we wanted to change that.

Clare and Jo are a pleasure to work with. They have such a positive attitude and the content that they produce is high quality, relevant and engaging.

Anna Beasley
Senior Programme Manager, Global Action Plan