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Lekhika Chaudhary on Climate Change

11th June 2017 | Advice / Opinion

Lekhika Chaudhary on Climate Change

Several global leaders have criticised President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw the US from the Paris accord. Mr Trump said the deal would impoverish the US and cost American jobs.

The Paris agreement commits the US and 194 other countries to keeping rising global temperatures "well below" 2C above pre-industrial levels and "endeavour to limit" them even more, to 1.5C. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has vowed his country will go "above and beyond" the 2015 Paris accord on combating climate change.


French President Mr Macron called Mr Trump's decision a "mistake both for the US and for our planet". Mr Modi described the agreement as part of "our duty to protect Mother Earth".

Lekhika Chaudhary opened up the conversation to her listeners and asked how important climate change is to them. Here’s what they said...

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Lekhika Chaudhary on Climate Change

Lekhika Chaudhary opens up the conversation about climate change to her listeners and asks how important climate change is to them. (5 minutes)

Generation You on Trump Exiting the Paris Climate Agreement

4th June 2017 | Advice / Opinion

Generation You on Trump Exiting the Paris Climate Agreement

Whilst the world was distracted by his now infamous ‘covfefe’ mis-tweet, President Donald Trump announced that the US is withdrawing from the 2015 Paris climate agreement.

USA is now just one of three nations not to be part of the Paris Accord: the US joins Syria and Nicaragua on the list – one is the midst of a civil war, and the other felt that the agreement didn’t go far enough. All the other nations in the world, including North Korea, supported the triumphant agreement.


President Trump’s speech was confused nonsense. He announced that the United States will withdraw from the Paris Agreement, while also launching negotiations to re-enter the agreement.

On Generation You this week, Chloe Combi and James Gilmore discussed what this means for the world and what we can do to help the planet.

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Generation You on Trump Exiting the Paris Climate Agreement

Chloe Combi and James Gilmore discuss the impact of President Trump exisitng the Paris Climate Agreement and what this means for the world. (10 minutes)

Interview with Emily Cherry

28th May 2017 | Advice / Opinion

Interview with Emily Cherry

Over the past few weeks, the topic of conversation in society has noticeably shifted to something that has been a taboo for many years: child exploitation.

The BBC drama, ‘Three Girls' exploring the Rochdale Scandal has opened this conversation, and now more people than ever are researching more into this scandal, and other similar ones, and are being exposed to the atrocities that have been, and still are, committed unto children.

The Rochdale Scandal between 2008 and 2012 shown institutional failure as twelve men were convicted of running a child exploitation ring in the Greater Manchester town.

br /> The situation has changed in a big way since the Rochdale Scandal, with more (and better) protections in place for young people – but similar cases are still happening across the country.

On Generation You, James Gilmore and Chloe Combi interviewed Emily Cherry, the Head of Childline Young Campaigners at the NSPCC about child exploitation and how young people might not realise that they are being exploited.

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James and Chloe interview Emily Cherry from the NSPCC

James Gilmore and Chloe Combi interview Emily Cherry, the Head of Childline Young Campaigners at the NSPCC, about child exploitation and how young people might not realise that they are being exploited. (9 minutes)



If some of these situations sound familiar to you, or you fear that you are being exploited, help is never far. Contact Stop It Now or Childline for more information and help.