Malaysian youth take a stand on climate change

This World Children’s Day, Malaysian youth are stepping up to take action to address climate change. Photo: Filepic

In conjunction with World Children’s Day which takes place on Nov 20, Unicef and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), supported by EcoKnights, has released a report entitled Change for Climate: National Youth Climate Change Survey.

In the report, the knowledge, attitudes and perceptions of youth towards climate change are revealed. 92% of young people think that climate change is a crisis. Nine in 10 youth in Malaysia have experienced environment and climate-related effects in the last three years.

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