Register here. About this Event 96% of 18-24 year olds in Scotland are concerned about the
About this Event
96% of 18-24 year olds in Scotland are concerned about the escalating climate crisis according to the 2020 Ipsos MORI survey. How can we give voice to those concerns?
‘The Future Speaks’ will provide an open forum for young people, the group most harmed by climate and ecological dangers, to constructively engage with elected representatives on this most important issue.
In this event leading up to COP26 and the Holyrood elections, local high school students will ask sitting Mid Scotland & Fife MPs and candidate MSPs questions relating to climate change obligations, education and action. The panel will include representatives from all major Scottish parties who will be confirmed shortly. Dr James Rae of University of St Andrews will chair this event.
This event is organised by Sustainability Partnerships and Teach the Future with support from Learning for Sustainability, The Royal Society of Edinburgh, The Scottish Mathematical Council, Geobus, The Institute of Physics and the Institute of Engineering and Technology.
(Friday) 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Sustainability Partnerships with Teach the Future Scotland