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Poll: British children concerned by effects of climate change
17 April 2013A poll commissioned by UNICEF UK, published today, shows that children in Britain are deeply concerned about the impact of climate change, both for their own futures and for those of children in developing countries.
UNICEF UK calls for urgent action on climate change
We welcome the leadership shown by the British government at this week's UN Climate Change talks in Doha, supporting those children around the world most affected by climate change. 8 December 2012
Robin Hood Tax could be used to help millions of children
UNICEF UK President Paddy Ashdown makes the case for a global tax on financial transactions.6 December 2011
Children in East Asia face climate change catastrophe
A new UNICEF report warns that children in East Asia and the Pacific will be among the world's most vulnerable to climate change.15 November 2011
UNICEF young supporters quiz Chris Huhne
UNICEF UK gave 19 young people the chance to participate in a youth question time on climate change, just weeks before the Climate Summit in Durban. 9 November 2011
UNICEF and CBRE in new partnership for Madagascar
A new Climate Positive partnership will help protect the lives of thousands of children in Madagascar from cyclones and climate change.28 September 2011
UNICEF launches Climate Kid campaign to spread the word about climate adaptation
UNICEF has partnered with environmental non-profit Do The Green Thing to launch Climate Kid, a video campaign calling on everyone to spread the word about the impact of climate change on children.9 March 2011
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