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Research

Under the new Advocacy Portfolio launched in 2022, Student Energy is leading a series of youth-led research projects that aim to close critical data gaps on youth and energy, and engage a wide range of young people, and industry and government stakeholders in the process so that this research can be mobilized into action.

Our current projects:

Global Youth Energy Outlook: (2020-2022)

In a first of its kind report, Student Energy led a global data gathering project to understand youth perspectives on energy and climate. Surveying nearly 42,000 people in 129 countries, the upcoming GYEO report includes Global Insights, Regional Chapters, and profiles of young energy leaders from around the world.

Youth Impact Framework:

In partnership with the Global Covenant of Mayors for Energy & Climate, and the University of Melbourne, Student Energy is developing the Youth Impact Framework, a tool and set of impact measurement indicators that aim to communicate the impact of youth-led initiatives that are contributing to climate action. By engaging with youth who are leading community initiatives, as well as funders, governments, and other organizations who can fund or engage young people, we aim to develop a report that acts as a foundation for young people to better communicate their impact and for organizations to better understand and mobilize resources to support youth-led work.

Energy Transition Skills Project (ongoing):

Student Energy is currently running an open survey for young people 18-35 to understand what young people prioritize in their careers, and the barriers they face in accessing careers that support the clean energy transition. In partnership with Ørsted, Student Energy is conducting a survey of 5000 young people from around the world, as well as sharing insights with energy companies and other stakeholders to understand the future skills gap in clean energy. Youth 18-35 from all professional backgrounds and interests are invited to participate in the survey here.

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