YB Yeo at UN Climate Talks: We are better together

She called for more trust from developed nations, less burdensome reporting, and immediate action, together.

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The Youths Who Bring the Change the World Needs

     Youth representatives from all over the world meeting with the United Nations Secretary General. (credited to UN SG Office) 3 December 2018, Katowice – I was selected by the Youth Constituency of United Nations Framework Convention of Climate Change (YOUNGO) to represent the Malaysian Youth Delegation and Malaysia in the Youth Session with United Nations…

Youth Power

Coming to Poland for the very first time and attending the Conference of Youth (COY) 14 was surreal for me. COY is the event where passionate youths from all around the world gather to  organize various kinds of exciting and capacity-building events related to climate change and issues of sustainability. COY acts as a platform…

My First Day at COP24

On this cold December morning, I peeled myself out of the warm bed and prepared for my first day of COP24. It was my 3rd full day in Poland, having attended the second and third day of COY 14, and newly reunited with my lost suitcase just the night before. I held myself to have…

Youth Gathering in Katowice

2A gathering for youth formally known as the Conference of Youth (COY) happened in the middle of University of Silesia, Poland. This would be the 14th COY and the focus of the gathering this time would be on the capacity-building process, policy operation and preparation, implementation and climate finance. This year’s COY had a bit…

Climate Journalism Tips from Climate Tracker’s Chris Wright

Christ Wright is the Co-Founder and Director of Climate Tracker, an aptly-named organization of young reporters who have tracked UN climate negotiations since 2015. Members of Climate Tracker have collectively published more than 6,000 articles in the national media of over 114 countries in more than 24 languages. Climate Tracker also providesother activities and services…

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