Young Climate Movement

Young Climate Movement

The Young Climate Movement connects young people in NL for a sustainable future, influences policy and promotes green initiatives.

The Young Climate Movement (JKB) is a dynamic and inspiring force in the fight against climate change, committed to a more sustainable future. As an advocate for young people in the Netherlands on climate policy, the JKB strives to achieve ambitious climate goals that benefit both current and future generations. Their work focuses on influencing politics and policy, mobilizing and activating young people, and promoting sustainability within different sectors of society.

Through collaborations with a wide range of stakeholders, including governments, businesses, and other civil society organizations, the JKB serves as a crucial link in creating support for climate-friendly initiatives. Their approach is based on the principle of inclusiveness, seeking a fair and equitable transition that leaves no one behind.

In their quest for change, the JKB is committed to innovation and sustainability education, seeing young people not only as stakeholders, but also as drivers of the transition to a more sustainable world. Their activities range from organizing events and campaigns to participating in policy making and providing a platform for young people to have their voices heard in the climate debate.

The Young Climate Movement connects young people in NL for a sustainable future, influences policy and promotes green initiatives.

National Climate Agreement

November 16, 2017

Social and Economic Council (SER)

National Climate Agreement

Labor Market, Training and Education for National Climate Accord.

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