Over 2,000 youths attended COP15 to demand for a fair, ambitious and binding deal from our world leaders in Copenhagen, Denmark last December. Among them were five Malaysian youths: Abe, Ron, Pei Ling, Adrian & Jin Yun.
Join COP15 Sharing – Youth Perspective @ Sunway University College on 24th Jan 2010 (Sunday) as they share with you their experience, thoughts, feelings, highs & lows, and all the colours and drama that happened throughout COP15.
Date: 24 Jan 2010 (Sunday)
Venue: Sunway University College, Auditorium 4
Registration: Free admission. As seats are limited, please RSVP online before 20 Jan. First 50 guests to arrive would receive a free mystery eco-gift. For more info, contact Shen Leong @ shennyan[at]gmail[dot]com / 017-935 0988.
For more info go to http://mycjn.org/blog/
MYCJN stands for Malaysian Youth Climate Justice Network
Still don’t know what is COP 15?? watch this video….
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Youth voices about Cop15
Important Messages from Young People to the Politicians of the World at the International Climate Conference COP15 in Copenhagenvia Youtube.
According to United Nations data, Malaysia’s carbon emissions in 2006 stood at 187 million tonnes or 7.2 tonnes per person
The upcoming COP15 Sharing – Youths Perspective Conference on Sunday is one place where the young can express and learn how they can play a role effectively to help the country in facing the phenomenon
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Adrian Yeo & Gan Pei Ling speak about COP15, the outcome, why MyCJN oppose the Copenhagen Accord and how they plan to address the issue.