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Climate Action and the Youth Vote

Natasha Zulaikha, conservation scientist and co-founder, Coralku

16-Nov-22 15:25

Climate Action and the Youth Vote

Research shows that the environment and climate change is a top issue for young people around the world, as youths will be the most affected by climate change and biodiversity loss. With many young, first time voters heading to the polls this GE15, how can youths concerned about climate change drive both their activism and their participation at the ballot box? We discuss this and more with Natasha Zulaikha, a Conservation Scientist and the Co-founder of Coralku.

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Produced by: Juliet Jacobs

Presented by: Juliet Jacobs

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Categories:  politicsgovernmentenvironment

Tags:  first-time votersNatasha Zulaikhage15pru15malaysia memilihyouth voteclimate crisisclimate emergencyCoralkuenvironmental activism

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