It is in their hands: Young people and the future of climate change research
Young researchers need tools, mentorship, and funding to conduct their work and contribute to solutions for the world's most pressing problems.
In the Exposure story below, see how CCAFS is celebrating International Youth Day by highlighting young researchers who received the Climate, Food and Farming - Global Research Alliance Development Scholarships (CLIFF-GRADS).
Kathlee Freeman is a Communications Consultant for the CCAFS Gender and Social Inclusion Unit. Sadie Shelton is the Communications Officer for the CCAFS Flagship on Low Emissions Development.