Youth Voices for Climate Action Campaign



About the Campaign

The ESCAP Youth Voices for Climate Action (YV4CA) campaign serves as an inclusive platform for youth in the Asia-Pacific region to make their voices heard on climate action. By making your voice heard on this critical issue, you can inspire others to do the same and to accelerate climate action.

The overarching goals of YV4CA, which are aligned with the ActNow UN campaign, are to create a space for young people to:

  • share views on how climate change is impacting young people’s lives;
  • showcase grassroots youth initiatives making positive impacts for all;
  • make decision-makers aware of young people’s need for urgent climate action.

This is your campaign!





Voices of YV4CA

Hear what youth are saying about climate action or see the YV4CA climate action survey results here.

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Meet the YV4CA Youth Advocates

Click here to meet the YV4CA Advocates!


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Social Media and Outreach Material

Want to help raise youth voices for climate action? See the materials from our social media and outreach assets package

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News and Updates

See news and updates on YV4CA.

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Learn More About Climate Action

Learn more about Climate Action!

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For any questions regarding YV4CA, fill out the contact form here.

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In Collaboration With 


                             SDG Help Desk   EarthLanka   youthink center

                              youth4sdg              Earth Day Network                Global Climate Justice

                           Youth Foundation of Bangladesh                  Buddhist Tzu Chi                     WYF

                         IYAP                            YFEED
                               PSP Logo   Y4CAP  

                                AP Climate Project