Students urge the Hong Kong government to take action against climate change, as part of the global Fridays for Future campaign, in March 2019. Photo: SCMP Students urge the Hong Kong government to take action against climate change, as part of the global Fridays for Future campaign, in March 2019. Photo: SCMP
Students urge the Hong Kong government to take action against climate change, as part of the global Fridays for Future campaign, in March 2019. Photo: SCMP
Climate change

Letters | Swedish model shows Hong Kong how to engage youth on climate change

  • As Hong Kong pursues its ambitious goal of zero carbon emissions by 2050, the city government needs a new approach to climate dialogue with the youth
  • By constructing policy networks involving youth practitioners and youth-based platforms, linkages between the government and civil society can grow stronger

Topic |   Climate change
Students urge the Hong Kong government to take action against climate change, as part of the global Fridays for Future campaign, in March 2019. Photo: SCMP Students urge the Hong Kong government to take action against climate change, as part of the global Fridays for Future campaign, in March 2019. Photo: SCMP
Students urge the Hong Kong government to take action against climate change, as part of the global Fridays for Future campaign, in March 2019. Photo: SCMP
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