We’re pleased to announce that ActNowFilm – a global youth voices film from the COP26 Universities Network, and part of the Voice Track of the Global Youth Summit on Net-Zero Future (Climate x Summit) hosted in partnership with the Global Alliance of Universities on Climate (GAUC) – will be shown in the Green Zone at the 2021 UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) on 11 November, 12:30 – 13:30 GMT.
Produced by the University of Bath Institute for Policy Research (IPR), Cambridge Zero, GAUC, and student volunteers, ActNowFilm is a youth voices film project showcasing the views of 16 – 30-year-olds.
In the film, which received over 140 submissions from 32 countries, young people from across the world share their lived experiences of climate change; their hopes and ambitions for the future; and their ‘asks’ of the climate change negotiators, as well as their own climate pledges. It gives young people living across the planet the opportunity to share, in their own words, why stopping climate change is important to them – the future generations.
To find out more and to watch the ActNowFilm, please visit the University of Bath website.