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Our research director Dr Adam Corner and his co-authors provide a thorough review of research into how values and worldviews, ‘psychological distance’, 'information-based’ interventions and trusted messengers affect young people's views on climate change. The authors then  go on to recommend effective means on engaging young people in climate change.

Below is a pre-print version of the article.

The final version can be found in the WIREs Climate Change journal.

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