climate change

International Negotiations and unfair resource distribution

Time taken: 30 minutes to play and at least 15 minutes for reflection. 

Equipment: About 80 sweets (small, individually wrapped, variety to suit all tastes)

This game is designed to simulate international negotiations. It is based on "Prisoners Dilema" type experiments from economics. 

WE:CAN - Climate Action Now

Woodcraft Folk is pleased to lauch Woodcraft Folk Everywhere: Climate Action Now - our new toolkit for groups and individuals to explore how we can learn about and respond to the Climate Emergency through practical activities.

This resource has been made possible through the support of YouthLink Scotland, through the National Voluntary Youth Organisations Support Fund.

The resource is divided into four themes:

All Change: Young Climate Science Educator Training CANCELLED

Event date: 
6 April 2020 - 2:00pm - 8 April 2020 - 12:00pm
Event location: 
Biblins Youth Campsite, The Doward Whitchurch HR9 6DX

Our Statement on the Climate Emergency

Thursday, 30 May 2019

Climate change is the most urgent issue of our time. We therefore welcome the Government’s declaration of a climate emergency and eagerly await further action to be taken to address this emergency.

Woodcraft Folk recognises the crucial role played by children and young people in bringing about this declaration. In particular we admire the actions of school strikers across the UK and around the world, and the inspiration that they have drawn from Greta Thunberg.

School Strikes - a young member's perspective

Monday, 25 March 2019

 Many Woodcraft Folk members of all ages have been actively participating in school strikes - campaigning for decision makers to recognise a climate emergency.

 

Cherry Tucker of Leeds District shares their experience:

 

What are the Youth Strikes 4 Climate?

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