The Youth Climate Alliance is a group of grades 9-12 students (14-18 years old) who will work together to better understand climate change and its impacts. Through series of workshops and training, the Youth Climate Alliance aims to host events “by and for” youth.
The goal of the Youth Climate Alliance is to give youth an avenue to pursue their climate change advocacies and have their voices heard.
This initiative is presented by the Manitoba Museum in partnership with GenAction, a project funded by the Government of Canada’s Climate Action and Awareness Fund that aims to empower youths to take action on climate change and inspire them to become leaders in their community.
Applications for the first cohort of the Youth Climate Alliance are now closed.
The first cohort will run from March – June 2023.