National youth survey on climate change and disaster risk

Survey results have been shared and discussed since the release of the Our World Our Say youth survey on climate change and disaster risk.

Since releasing the report on the national survey of children and young people on climate change and disaster risk, AIDR has continued to provide a platform for young people to share their perspectives.

Natalie Dajkovich and Ashley Wild, members of the youth advisory panel, presented at Australian Disaster Resilience Conference presents Knowledge Week. Their presentation Turning up the volume: young Australian voices on climate change and disaster risk is available to watch on the AIDR Knowledge Hub

AIDR also hosted an evening webinar where young people were joined by the Hon David Littleproud, Minister for Agriculture, Drought and Emergency Services, to discuss the findings of the report.


The national findings from the survey were shared in the Sydney Morning Herald article: Young people want better disaster education after Black Summer fires.

The report is accompanied by a document collating the messages from young people surveyed to the Australian Government