The report detailing the youth group process and its findings is available here. Young people are highly aware of the threat to their futures from climate change yet are rarely able to influence the ‘gatekeepers’ of climate emissions – those decision makers in Cumbria whose strategies andRead more →
Our work on climate change using deliberative and participatory processes.
A new paper examining Shared Future’s Leeds Climate Change Citizens Jury highlights the co-benefits of deliberation, writes SF Director Jez Hall. Local authorities wanting to achieve meaningful carbon reduction, are increasingly turning towards public engagement. Shared Future is part of this, having delivered a wide range ofRead more →
The Social Housing Tenants’ Climate Jury saw 30 social housing tenants from across the North meet online over 10 weeks between July and September 2021. The report was released on the 2nd Nov 2021. In May 2022 the project won best resident involvement initiative at the Northern Housing Awards.Read more →
Katy Rubin reflects on Democracy Pioneers, a project to engage Glasgow’s policymakers on climate change through theatre.Read more →
A winner of the NESTA Democracy Pioneers award in 2020, this project is a collaboration between Glasgow City Council, Katy Rubin, and Shared Future CIC.
Over the next 9 months, we’ll be tackling the climate crisis through an intensive legislative theatre project led by young people. The proposals will target both the Council’s climate strategy, and the COP26 conference that’s taking place in Glasgow in Nov 2021 with leaders from around the world.Read more →