Welcome to the International Youth Conference of Youth Working Group
We’ll be using this as our primary means of organising of the 5th COnference of Youth which is to take place at COP15 in Copenhagen!
“To build trust and solidarity among youth who will be attending COP15, and to share ideas, thoughts, successes and skills with each other, To build a truly global movement to stop the climate crisis.”
How do you take part i the conference. What is it. Who is working on what. In this web portal we have a page for dedicatedjust for COY. Please go to http://youthclimate.org/projects-and-actions/coy/ for all the basic infomations you need to know about the 5th Conferene of youth.
Register for COY: Make sure you are registered with the Conference participants list if you want to take part in this amazing event (Open for Youth from around the world who will be attending COP15). Click here to register.
To contact the COY masterminders:
Agathe Cavicchioli (France) email@example.com – COY Working Group Chair
Phil Aroneanu (USA) firstname.lastname@example.org
Joao Scarpelini (Brasil) email@example.com
Ibraheem Ceesay (Gambia) firstname.lastname@example.org
Esperanza Garcia (Philippines) email@example.com
Wilson Ang (Singapore) firstname.lastname@example.org
Marcelo Quintanilla (Mexico) email@example.com
Yoshi Kanemitsu (Japan) firstname.lastname@example.org
Jenny Chu (New Zealand) email@example.com
Adrian Yeo Eng Kang (Malaysia) firstname.lastname@example.org – COY and YOUNGO logistics
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Join our Working Groups.
Young people working on Climate Change who are specificially concentrating on the coming Copenahgen treaty have established different working groups for different purposes.
- For the coordination of regional level youth action on climate change relevance to a new climate treaty there are different working groups for different regions, namely: African Youth Initiative on Climate Change, Asian Youth Climate Movement, European Youth Climate Movement, Clima Latino which is also known as the listserv for Latin America, Nordic Youth Climate Action Movement, Youth Climate Movements in the countries of the former USSR who speak main Russian.
- We also have 3 more major groups for discussing of the policy and actions related to LULUCF/REDD), tracking and advocating for references to youth in the text of the climate agreement and one for the Project Survival.
- Other than these three main categories of groups we also have those who wok on the Young and Future Generations Day (includes planning for Youth reception) and those who are working on youthclimate.org youth climate development and another one called Climate Translators.
- COP15 youth wrap-up event group who are working hard on a powerful event for Dec 20th, 2009.