Don't cop out of climate change deal, say children

As governments prepare to finalize a new climate change deal in Paris, the voices, rights and needs of children and young people should be foremost in their minds, argues Alison Wright, climate change policy officer at Plan International, in this #PlanetWorth op-ed.

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About the author

  • Alison Wright

    Alison Wright is climate change policy officer for Plan International. She has worked for over five years on climate change and disaster risk reduction within different parts of the NGO sector and as an independent consultant. She also has almost 10 years of experience as an educator. Her current focus is on child-centered climate change adaptation at Plan International.