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Climate workshop held in garden at Concern Malawi office


Resources and toolkits

For youth workers, teachers, climate activists, development education practitioners, or anyone who wants to learn more about the issues affected by climate change.
Group of climate activists sitting at table discuss climate change at Concern's Malawi office

Toolkit for youth workers

A new resource from 1Planet4All, the Toolkit has six sections exploring different climate change/justice themes. It offers activities, actions and ideas for facilitators to implement in workshops and provides a list of additional resources which facilitators can use to take the learning further or inspire participants to take action.

Nine youths in face masks posing after picking litter up from canal banks

Introduction to ClimACT

The ClimACT programme, for youth organisations in Ireland aims to creatively engage learners with the topic of climate justice, and empower them to take climate action. The programme collaborates with a variety of youth activists, design thinking coaches, creative folk, environmental experts, skilled mentors, eco entrepreneurs, and global guest speakers who will share their skills and knowledge during weekly workshops.

Sign up for ClimACT

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Boubarcar Abdulaye, a Concern staff member, tends to keyhole garden surrounded by clay walls

Join the climate justice charter

Youth organisations have an important role to play in supporting better understanding of climate justice.

We need to urgently transition to a greener, low carbon society if we are to beat climate change.

Join the Climate Justice Charter to contribute to the systemic change needed.