Youth and Climate Change.
The collaboration aims at:
- Fostering discourse in academia by indulging young scholars into academic research,
- Empowering youth to enable conversations around Climate Change,
- Realising and accessing the problems and coming up with imperative action strategies.
6 young scholars between ages 15-21 came together to write three academic research papers on three very important topics with the underlying theme of youth and Climate Change.
- Youth Procrastination and Climate Change by Muskaan Aggarwal and Anagha V Nair
- Climate Change Action through Education: Strategies to Integrate CCEE in Schools by M Nuzhath Khanam and Angela Singh Bedi
- Mainstreaming Gender in Climate Change Action: A Nuanced Approach by Varishtha Singh and Unmuktman Singh
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This collaboration would not have come into being without the optimism and support of Ms. Ishika Chauhan. Loads of gratitude to her and all the young scholars for bringing positivity and enthusiasm to the collaboration.
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Ishika Chauhan, Lead Research and Analysis at Project uP
Ishika has experience of working on global collaborations for three successive years with the Asia-Europe Foundation. Alongside a dedicated account of working on-field with Project uP, she has successfully led three consecutive Research Bootcamps in association with UNESCO, New Delhi. Her research work has been published and recognised by International Journals and aims to create impact with every word she writes. She has played a crucial role in designing uP’s Holistic Education Model, a testimony of her vision and nuanced research. She is currently leading an upcoming Policy Consulting Project, adding to her experience of working on a policy report for Executive Aide to the Ministry of State for Home Affairs in August, 2020. Extremely passionate about education of children in urban slums, she was also the speaker at a webinar talking about “Impact of Digitisation of Education on Children in Urban Slums under SDG-4”.
Get to know the Authors
Muskaan Aggarwal is a second-year student at Jindal Global University, pursuing B.A. L.L.B. She is hardworking and is ready to take on challenges and go out of her comfort zone. Her interest in Climate Change brought her to ENACT, where she understood some life-changing facts related to climate change and is all set to motivate people into acting on the cause.
M Nuzhath Khanam
Nuzhath, a student of law currently pursuing B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) at TNNLU. Passionate about environment concerns and social justice, I aspire to walk the talk. In leisure times, I can be found taking aimless strolls and chitchatting with local people!
Varishtha is a 1st year Law student currently pursuing BBA LLB Hons degree from OP Jindal Global Law School. Her interests include reading, music, creative writing and sketching.
Anagha V Nair
Anagha V Nair is a first-year student at LSR pursuing Political Science. She is extremely passionate about making gradual but sustainable lifestyle changes and tries to showcase her thoughts through visual mediums such as dance and theatre.
Hello!! I am Angela, and I study at the heritage school. I identify as a perpetually tired sloth, so you’ll probably never notice me outside my house, but if you do please come say hi, I’m shy. I am very good at eating an entire cake by myself, but I can also paint and you’ll occasionally find me obnoxiously singing to my guitar 🙂
Unmukt is an Economics graduate from Ambedkar University Delhi, and is pursuing his Master's in Development Studies from the same institute.
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