MYD @ COP23

Follow the Malaysian Youth Delegation (MYD) 2017 on their journey at the UNFCCC COP23 meeting and COY13 in Bonn, Germany

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What is Malaysia’s Future

In a few more months, the Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) will determine how we move forward to address climate change as a nation. You may be thinking, how is dealing with climate change more important that dealing with the issue of corruption and political unrest in this country.  This is because by the end…

Malaysian Youth Delegation Official Logo

MYD LOGO

Meaning to the Malaysian Youth Delegation Logo #MYD15 The words “M”, “Y” and “D” are the abbreviation for Malaysian Youth Delegation. The hibiscus is Malaysia national flower and it is featured on Coat of Arms of Malaysia. The “+” sign in the middle of the logo symbolised protection, neutrality, positivity and peace. It’s also indicates Malaysians and…

6 Ways to Celebrate a Climate Friendly Ramadan

Buka Puasa at a local Mosque

6 Ways to Celebrate a Climate Friendly Ramadan by Mohammad Shakirin Bin Shahrul Jamal (MYD15) SATU: This Ramadan, we should eliminate the use of Styrofoam containers and plastic cutlery to serve iftar (the meal after sundown that breaks the fast). Consider alternatives such as plant-based containers and plastics that are compostable or organize a waste-free iftar, where patrons bring their own containers…

Malaysia Climate Change Awareness Survey

This 24-26th July, a team of 10 from Malaysian Youth Delegation will participate in the ASEAN Power Shift as a Malaysian delegation. With that, they need to prepare a national position paper related to climate change to be discussed. Thus, they have come to ask for a favour from you. Each and every single one…

#MYD Training Series

Gan Pei Ling (Journalist and Analyst) - Media and Policy Training

#MYD Training Series – Training on UNFCCC negotiations and media work with various climate experts, government bodies and civil society leaders, from July until Nov 2015.  Each sessions will run for 2 hours and will be broadcast live on Google Hangout. Hangout will be available on YouTube for future reference. Malaysia is a party in United Nation Framework Convention…

Mighty UNFCCC

COP 21 under the United Nation Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) is scheduled to take place end of this year. You might be wondering what significance is this to you? Well, you will soon find out. However, here’s a friendly advice to you, take a moment to read about what UNFCCC is all about…

#PowerShiftMsia 2015 Participant Application Form

#PowerShiftMsia is back! This September #PowerShiftMsia will see 100 youths from all over Malaysia coming together for a three­day workshop to strengthen their climate change knowledge and learn how to run successful campaigns, with a target outcome of developing impactful climate campaigns. If you’ve got passion to stop climate change and want to be apart…

All you need to know about #PowerShiftMsia

“I’m standing here today, and I see a movement. I see a movement of passionate individuals who are ready to make something good happen” –Yasmin Rasyid, Plenary Speaker from EcoKnights-

What is #PowerShiftMsia? We bring together youth leaders, experienced speakers, from Malaysia’s UNFCCC climate change negotiator, NGOs and community leaders. We aim to empower participants with variety of workshops like Effective Project Management, Digital Campaigning, Policy & Governance, Understanding Media and Creative Activism. If you are keen to build a stronger Malaysian Climate Movement, WE WANT YOU!

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