Your voice can be heard at a big climate conference for world leaders in November.


* Film credit: ‘Sky Kids and First News Education TV: COP26 In Your Hands’

Submit your questions for Boris Johnson to take to COP26

World leaders will be gathering in Glasgow for COP26. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson wants to hear from young people – your questions and solutions – for the climate challenge. And, you could be asked to come to Downing Street in London later in the month, to have your say in person. So, what question would you ask the UK government about what they’re doing to solve the climate crisis? Or, do you want to tell them your ideas for solutions? They are listening.

Please submit your details and the question or idea that your class, pupil or child would like to put forward. Submissions can be sent as a video or written in the form below. For the chance to be invited to Downing Street for this press conference, please submit your question or idea by video.

Tips for your video:

  • Videos should be no more than 30 seconds long.
  • One video can be submitted per form.
  • If you would like to submit multiple videos, for example for several children in your class, please submit the form as many times as needed.
  • Please start your video with your first name and where in the UK you are from, followed by ‘my question is…’ or ‘my idea is…’
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