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Stories from the Regions
This study aims to recognise the perceptions among varied stakeholders involved in CCES; how existing programs and other institutional mechanisms have been communicated or engaged with youth in climate actions. Further, the study analyzes and recommends communication strategies to involve youth in taking positive actions for a sustainable environment. One of the wonderful features of this work is the collaboration across the UNION: CMS is an IUCN Member and is leading the national assessment and recommendation components; CEC is focusing on compiling international case studies and mechanisms to enable youth engagement, and the IUCN India team is the contract lead and undertaking key parts of the research. Our reports are being submitted in August, and over the next few months we look forward to sharing this work with you and expanding on it with your experiences and insights. 
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