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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Gender Day in COP21- The Emotional Anchor

The Gender Day on 8 Dec 2015 in COP21 is finally here! I am just another ordinary female youth from a developing country who is aware of the different type of gender treatment and unfairness in this society and this needs to be fixed. Climate change impacts affect both gender differently. Women in developing countries,…

Importance of NGOs in UNFCCC

The participation of NGOs in UNFCCC is increasing in significance. Currently, there are around 1,400 non-governmental organizations participated as observers for the annual UN climate change conference (a.k.a COP). The number may increase every year due to the advancement of information technology and greater awareness on democracy. Thus, have you ever wonder why NGOs participation…

Meeting Inspiring People in COP21 – Pt. 2

Hi! I am Pavlos Georgiadis from Greece. I am an ethnobotanist, activist and start-up entrepreneur. I worked as a researched in 11 countries in Europe, Asia and America before returning to Greece in 2012, where I focus on agrifood innovation, participatory rural development and environmental politics. What do you do for a living?  I have created Calypso, one…

Interviews: Empowering Young People

On 8th December 2015, I have decided to attend one of the side event in COP21, known as “Climate Innovators: Empowering a Global Generation of Young People“. Through this inspiring side event, I have decided to approach two young panellists and to get to know more about them and their amazing works! Rogie Nichole Aquino,…

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