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Getting you engaged on climate change
The Ontario government wants to know how to support you – young people – in your fight against climate change.
We know that people’s everyday choices can make a big difference in tackling climate change, but there are barriers to taking action.
Young people care about the environment and you’re already making a difference at home, at school and in your communities. You’re encouraging your parents to get out of their cars and use cleaner forms of transportation. You’re working together to reduce energy use at home and at school. You’re demonstrating leadership in your communities, launching compost and recycling programs, and encouraging others to change their everyday behaviours – keep up the good work!
How can the Ontario government support your fight against climate change and encourage more young people to be climate leaders? Check out the questions below and submit your ideas at the bottom of the page, or join the conversation on social media.
- What motivates you to take action on climate change?
- How are you fighting climate change in your home, school or community?
- How can we encourage young people in Ontario to help lead the fight against climate change?
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How this works
Open Dialogue: Youth voice informing government decision-making
We post and share youth policy questions.
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You have your say and share on social media or anonymously below.
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We listen to your advice.
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See how you made a difference for youth in Ontario.
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