Climate Change survey

Dear fellow geographers

We need your help to make something important go viral so, one geographer to another, we are hoping that you'll pass this message on to 5 more Geography educators/influencers. 

What do the young people of the UK think about the climate and nature emergencies? 

Myself and a group of geographers (Geographers For Life) working in primary, secondary, and higher education have released a flash poll to find out. Please ask young people you teach (or parent!) to complete this poll AND share it with 5 more geographers to help us spread the poll far and wide. You can also pass it on to your kids, your neighbours, your friends and colleagues, your students... 

It's important that we get as many participants as possible so the key messages emerging from this poll make people sit up and listen. We want to gauge the opinions of young people now, before the election, so that we can communicate how the next generation really feels about the impacts of and solutions to climate and environmental change, and what they want to see done by the government. 

Responses will be anonymous, and all results will be made publicly available when the poll closes this Friday - 6th December. 


Thank you, 

Ben King 
@benking01
Churston Ferrers Grammar School, Torbay, Devon 

Iain Stewart
@Profiainstewart
Professor of Geoscience Communication at the University of Plymouth 

Paul Chatterton
@PaulChatterton9

Professor of Urban Futures at the University of Leeds

Caroline Clason
@Caroline_Clason
Lecturer in Physical Geography at the University of Plymouth

Daniel Raven-Ellison
@DanRavenEllison
Explorer 

Paula Owens
@Primageographer
Teacher, mentor @LESSCO2Schools
Visiting research fellow Canterbury Christ Church Uni. 

Alan Parkinson
@GeoBlogs
 JVP of the Geographical Association, King's Ely School

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