Youth and Climate Change Report 2018

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ACK NO W L EDGMEN T S : It is with gratitude that we acknowledge the many funders and partners who enabled the completion of this report. This report could not have been carried out without funding from the University of Alberta's Undergraduate Research Initiative, which allowed us to continue the excellent research begun in Dr. Debra Davidson's 2018 RSOC 410 class, Research Methods and Policy Applications in Applied Environmental Sociology. Melanie Belley Guan yu Chen Alexis Clarke Larissa Dorrestjin Elizabeth Dowdell Dylan Hall Lingjun Liu Miranda Mackey Lauren Mar Kristen Pierzchajilo Terra Pombert Owen Rodger Nakita Rubuliak Ruoning Wang Shiyi Wang Andrea Wiebe This report is based on the IPCC Cities and Climate Change Project, conducted in partnership between The Centre for Global Education, C40, the Government of Alberta, TakingITGlobal, Louis Berger, and the Berger Charitable Foundation. We express our great thanks to these organizations, as well as the roughly 4000 youth who participated in the project - and to whom we dedicate this report. Design by Nathan Karsgaard https://www.larkandmatter.com Cite this paper as: Hall, D. & Dowdell, E. (2018). Youth and Climate Change: International Youth Participation in the IPCC Cities and Climate Change Conference (D. Davidson & C. Karsgaard, Eds.). Edmonton, Canada.

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