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Annex I COP 15 side evetns at the Booth Copenhagen, 7 – 18 December 2009 Date Time Organizer Title and Theme Venue 7 December 15:00 - Service Civil International* (SCI) Introducing the YOUNGOs: UNFCCC Youth Booth in the Youth 16:00 Mr. Sébastien Duyck The Youth Led NGOs Constituency at the UNFCCC: Arcade Antwerpen who are we, why are we here, how do we work Belgium (32-3) 226-5727 (45) 5065-2648 email@example.com 7 December 16:00 - Energy Crossroads* (EC) Energy Crossroads: UNFCCC Youth Booth in the Youth 17:00 Ms. Lana Sukhodolska Changing the Game - Understanding Challenges and Arcade Copenhagen Opportunities Denmark (45) 4241-1007 Lanas.firstname.lastname@example.org 8 December 10:30 - World Association of Girl Guides and Girls At the Center of Climate Change Solutions: UNFCCC Youth Booth in the Youth 11:30 Scouts Girls and women, especially those in developing Arcade Ms Bernadette Fischler countries, are the most affected by climate change, while Bernadette@wagggsworld.org many young women are climate action leaders. +45 526 56 773 WAGGGS youth delegates will share their stories of leadership on implementation of climate solutions and best practices of engaging women. 8 December 11:30 - UNICEF Youth Climate Ambassadors: Leadership from the UNFCCC Youth Booth in the Youth 12:30 Ms. Kerry Constabile South Arcade New York, NY 8 children from at-risk countries are attending COP15, representing the 165 youth that have participated in the (45) 6172 5376 UNICEF Children's Climate Forum last week. email@example.com Ambassadors will share their experiences of climate change impacts and solutions at home and their stories of global youth at the forum. 8 December 14:30 - UNFCCC Growing Together in a Changing High-Level Briefing to the Youth: Expectations for Asger Jorn 15:00 Climate COP 15 Negotiations Hall H Ms. Laurence Pollicer H.E. Mr. Michael Zammit-Cutajar, AWG-LCA Chair, (45) 50 77 35 19 and firstname.lastname@example.org H.E. Mr. John Ashe, AWG-KP Chair, will present the main main copmonents of COP negotiations and expected point of contention. 8 December 16:00 - 350.org - Sustainable Markets Foundation Voices of Indian Youth UNFCCC Youth Booth in the Youth 17:00 Nishtha Prakash The Indian Youth Climate Network will share stories Arcade (45) 5267 8669 from activities over the past year that engaged thousands email@example.com across the country, and will share live streams from the Delhi Base Camp where hundreds of Indian youth are gathering to show their support for strong climate action in Copenhagen. 9 December 10:30 - 350.org - Sustainable Markets Foundation 350 - lessons learned from a global UNFCCC Youth Booth in the Youth 11:30 Ms Kelly Blynn grassroots youth climate campaign Arcade (45) 5269 5326 In 2008, 7 young people had a crazy idea for a firstname.lastname@example.org campaign. Over that year and a half, the Campaign grew, linking up with youth leaders all over the world, and organizing the most widespread day of political action in history on October 24th of 2009, with 5,200 events in 181countries. 9 December 11:30 - Earth Child Institute Power of One Child + One Tree = A UNFCCC Youth Booth in the Youth 12:30 Ms Donna Goodman Sustainable Future Arcade (1) 203 376 9177 Learn about joining our campaign to combat email@example.com Climate change and engage the Earth's 2.2 billion people under the age of 18. Help us to plant one tree per child at Power of One schools and to launch the Earth Child Institute Small Grants Programme for Kids: Learn how to support the local actions of 12-18 year olds to combat climate change in their 10 December 08:30 - Service Civil International Launch of Youth and Future Generations Day UNFCCC Youth Booth in the Youth 09:00 Mr Sebastien Duyck and the Ribbon Cutting of the Youth Arcade Arcade ( H (45) 5065 2648 For the first time this year, youth have an official firstname.lastname@example.org constituency within the UNFCCC. Youth and Future Generations Day is a chance to celebrate the role of youth in the UNFCCC process. The Youth Arcade is the set of youth-led organizations' exhibits, hosting. 10 December 09:00 - World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Women Leading Change UNFCCC Youth Booth in the Youth 09:30 Scouts Programmes are more successful if they take into Arcade ( H Ms. Bernadette Fischler account the needs, rights and potential of girls and (45) 5265 6773 women, whose futures are most at stake and they email@example.com have valuable contributions to make in solving this important issue. Youth delegates from South and North will present their experiences from working with their communities. 10 December 10:00 - Australian Youth Climate Coalition Global Message Speak UNFCCC Youth Booth in the Youth 10:30 Mr. Shobaz Kandola Project Survival will create a stage for global youth to Arcade ( H (45) 5011 0788 tell their stories, including representatives from India, firstname.lastname@example.org the Caribbean, Maldives, Nepal, and Africa. 10 December 11:00 - Greenpeace International Solar Generation: Youth in Action UNFCCC Youth Booth in the Youth 11:30 Ms. Abigail Jabines Solar Generation to show a video of our Arcade ( H (45) 5011 0788 weeklong youth climate vigil comprised of email@example.com students from 14 diff countries and our visits to various embassies. We will also be promoting the Young and Future Generations event that will take place from 4-7pm Thursday. 10 December 12:00 - Service Civil International Young Voices on Climate Change UNFCCC Youth Booth in the Youth 12:30 Ms Caroline Howe Lynne Cherry, the internationally renowned Arcade ( H-004-C) (45) 6172 5405 children's author of "The Great Kapok Tree", will firstname.lastname@example.org be sharing her new film "Young Voices on Climate Change". This is a powerful film series about young people from around the world that are making a difference by reducing the carbon footprint in their communities, schools and cities. 10 December 13:00 - British Council Building Relations For Climate Solution UNFCCC Youth Booth in the Youth 13:30 Mr. Ibnu Najib Anuj and a team of 6 from British council climate Arcade ( H-004-C) (45) 50110224 champions in the cultural sector will perform a play mailto:email@example.com using Indian traditional music and cultural symbols. Goris and Fiona Tokple will then present their project on renewable energy in Indonesia and Youth Media Project in Germany. 10 December 14:00 - World Organization of Scout Movement Climate Change: Scouts are part of the solution. UNFCCC Youth Booth in the Youth 14:30 Mr. Brian Okello Scouting develops young people to be good citizens Arcade ( H-004-C) (45) 5868 9004 with the vision of "Creating a Better World". Scouts firstname.lastname@example.org will share their experience tacking environmental challenges from the local community to global initiatives. 10 December 15:00 - Dickinson University Dickinson College POP COP15 UNFCCC Youth Booth in the Youth 15:30 Ms. K. Lee The Public Opinion Poll (POP) is a series of surveys Arcade ( H-004-C) (45) 6172 5405 conveying citizens' voices to the participants, email@example.com delegations, and observers of COP15. The Kyoto to Copenhagen class at Dickinson College and POP Project and other work at Dickinson College will share their work of the International Environmental Policy class at Ithaca College student delegations who will be attending the 15th Conference of the Parties in Copenhagen this December. 10 December 16:00 - Kiko Network Young Voices on Climate Change UNFCCC Youth Booth in the Youth 16:30 Ms. Aya Imai Introduction of International Student Arcade ( H-004-C) +81 90 15874526 Environmental Network firstname.lastname@example.org The Student Proposal is composed from passionate voices of environmentally committed students from 34 universities of 18 countries, all whom understand the importance of establishing the new global framework towards the sustainable society of our planet. 10 December 17:00 - AIESEC Young leaders of today delivering premises of UNFCCC Youth Booth in the Youth 17:30 Mr. Ernesto Luna tomorrow Arcade ( H-004-C) (45) 5031 8126 We argue that to prepare the youth towards a low email@example.com carbon economy, we need a closer integration of student organizations and NGOs, into the academic and professional spheres. In order to develop leaders in sustainability this calls for culturally-aware leaders that can reach agreements by engaging with different stakeholders .We will then expose how AIESEC fosters agents of positive change, by working with personal motivation and life-changing experiences. 11 December 09:30 - GCCA Youth Leadership UNFCCC Youth Booth in the Youth 10:30 Mr. Ernesto Luna AIESEC will share results of a survey conducted with Arcade ( H-004-C) (45) 50318126 Kairos Future reflecting the views of over 3,000 of firstname.lastname@example.org tomorrow’s leaders from 122 countries, exhibiting stories of how a youth organization can provide solutions towards a low-carbon society through activating leadership, international internships and leveraging a global network. 11 December 10:30 - Alliance for Climate Education Alliance for Climate Education: Inspiring the next UNFCCC Youth Booth in the Youth 11:30 Ms Emily Adler g generation of climate heros Arcade ( H-004-C) (45) 5267 8531 Alliance for Climate Education (ACE) will present their email@example.com dynamic, multi-media assembly presentation on climate change. ACE is on track to reach 150,000 students by December 2009, with a goal of 2 million US students by 2011. Come learn about our education model and hear stories from young climate heros in the US. 11December 11:30 - UNCCD Land Degradation and Sustainable Development: UNFCCC Youth Booth in the Youth 12:30 Mr. Marcos Montoiro The Secretariat of the UN Convention to Combat Arcade ( H-004-C) (45) 53996786 Desertification will interact with the representatives of firstname.lastname@example.org UNICEF on the issues of land degradation and the concept of sustainable development. 11 December 15:00 - 350.org - Sustainable Markets Foundation Save Our Mountains: Nepalese Youth for Climate UNFCCC Youth Booth in the Youth 16:00 Mr Rishikesh Ram Education Arcade ( H-004-C) (45) 52 678637 This side event will be a component of the mountain email@example.com action on Dec 11 (Intl Mountain Day). Nepalese Youth for Climate Action led the Everest Basecamp to Copenhagen campaign where a mock summit was held at the Basecamp. This side event will help showcase the output of this campaign and above all will help to bring together those wanting to highlight the impact on mountain systems from all around the world. 11 December 16:00 - YMCA International YMCA Global Citizens Acting and Advocating for UNFCCC Youth Booth in the Youth 17:00 Ms. Clarissa Balan Climate Justice Arcade ( H-004-C) firstname.lastname@example.org Through a fun and participatory activity, YMCA youth 5264 9244 delegates will highlight the importance of climate justice as a foundation on which decisions and strategies should be taken and developed. They will also share about the impact of YMCA work with young people on the environment and climate change across the world. 12 December 10:00 - ECSITE Clim’Way online game UNFCCC Youth Booth in the Youth 11:00 Mr. Eric Gorman ClimWay, whose objective is to assist the community to Arcade ( H-004-C) (33) 616 533 226 reach the French GHG emissions reduction targets by email@example.com reducing energy consuption while adapting to new climatic conditions, is targeted at local authorities, which are required to develop and implement territorial climate energy plans. 14 December 09:30 - ECSITE Clim’Way online game UNFCCC Youth Booth in the Youth 10:30 Mr. Eric Gorman ClimWay, whose objective is to assist the community to Arcade ( H-004-C) (33) 616 533 226 reach the French GHG emissions reduction targets by firstname.lastname@example.org reducing energy consuption while adapting to new climatic conditions, is targeted at local authorities, which are required to develop and implement territorial climate energy plans. 14 December 10:30 - UNICEF Unite For Climate: Community Presentation UNFCCC Youth Booth in the Youth 11:30 Frederik Felding UNICEF and youth have created an online community Arcade ( H-004-C) +45 2068 6506 platform for youth climate organizers all over the world. email@example.com Unite For Climate team will share the vision behind the platform and the tools available for online and on-the- ground organizing. Global South Youth bloggers specially invited if still looking for computers! 14 December 11:30 - ICLEI The ‘Communities that Care Climate Banners UNFCCC Youth Booth in the Youth 12:30 Reade Smith project’ and ‘Climate Conversations initiative’ Arcade ( H-004-C) Tim Rodgers Examples of 2 Australian projects designed by the +61409957096 Mornington Peninsula Shire Council to assist urban and firstname.lastname@example.org rural communities to engage with Local Government, raising awareness and developing local strategies for adapting to and mitigating against climate change impacts. 14 December 15:00 - 350.org - Sustainable Markets Foundation Faith & Climate Change from a Youth Perspective UNFCCC Youth Booth in the Youth 16:00 Mr. Darran Martin Faith RegEn and the UKYCC discuss how integral faith Arcade ( H-004-C) +45 52656932 and youth are to disseminate the message of climate email@example.com change. Both groups are critical members of an expanding and growing youth movement on climate change all over the world, and Faith RegEn and UKYCC will talk about successes and challenges in engaging faith communities. 14 December 16:00 - 350.org - Sustainable Markets Foundation Documentary: a changing climate in Rio San Juan, UNFCCC Youth Booth in the Youth 17:00 Suzanne Maas Nicaragua Arcade ( H-004-C) +45 52694167 Fundacion del Rio created this documentary in the Rio firstname.lastname@example.org San Juan in Nicaragua in June 2009, called 'La gente y el medio ambiente'. The documentary discusses environmental impacts, causes and possible solutions, mainly focussing on deforestation and the impact of plantations. It is in Spanish, but has English subtitles. 15 December 09:30 - United Nations Framework Convention on Introduction to CC:iNet UNFCCC Youth Booth in the Youth 10:30 Climate Change An introduction to the Climate Change Information Arcade ( H-004-C) Network - a web portal serving as a clearinghouse for Laurence Pollier information sources on public information, education (50) 5077 3519 and training in the field of climate change, designed to email@example.com help motivate and empower people to take effective action on climate change. 15 December 11:30 - United Nations Volunteers (UNV) Fighting climate change at the grassroots – UNFCCC Youth Booth in the Youth 12:30 Mr Scott McQuade Volunteering for our Planet campaign Arcade ( H-004-C) +49 171 42 463 About 1.5 million hours of Volunteering for our Planet Scott.firstname.lastname@example.org have been registered since UNV launched its campaign Speaker: Flavia Pansieri, UNV Executive two months ago. People are taking action, especially in Coordinator developing countries, to counter the effects of climate change. Explore how, and why volunteers need to be part of the solution. 15 December 15:00 - GCCA Youth Leadership UNFCCC Youth Booth in the Youth 16:00 Ernesto Luna Madrid AIESEC will share results of a survey conducted with Arcade ( H-004-C) 45 5031 8126 Kairos Future relection the views of over 3,000 of email@example.com tomorrow’s leaders fromo 122 countries,exhibiting stories of how a youth organization can provide solutions towards a low-carbon society through activating leadership, international internships and leveraging a globall network. 15 December 16:00 - 350.org - Sustainable Markets Foundation Growing Together in a Changing Climate- the COP UNFCCC Youth Booth in the Youth 17:00 Project Survival Netherlands 15 Intergenerational Commitment Book Arcade ( H-004-C) Ms. Suzanne Maas Parties, United Nations agencies, intergovernmental firstname.lastname@example.org organizations and the private sector are invited to espress their views on and commitments to improving youth participation in addressing climate change. 16 December 09:30-10:30 ECSITE Clim’Way online game UNFCCC Youth Booth in the Youth Mr. Eric Gorman ClimWay, whose objective is to assist the community to Arcade ( H-004-C) (33) 616 533 226 reach the French GHG emissions reduction targets by email@example.com reducing energy consuption while adapting to new climatic conditions, is targeted at local authorities, which are required to develop and implement territorial climate energy plans. 16 December 15:00 - JVE Togo South-North Journal UNFCCC Youth Booth in the Youth 16:00 Grace Mwaura To set a symbol for global collaboration amongst Arcade ( H-004-C) (45) 52988612 negotiators in Copenhagen, young academics around the firstname.lastname@example.org world collaborated to produce the “South-North Journal”. With articles on mitigation and sustainable development this generation demands a strong Protocol to protect “our common future”. 16 December 16:00 - 350.org - Sustainable Markets Foundation Project Survival: African Youth at COP15 UNFCCC Youth Booth in the Youth 17:00 Project Survival Netherlands Project Survival from the Netherlands secured funding Arcade ( H-004-C) Ms. Suzanne Maas from their ministry of Environment to support 9 African email@example.com youth to come to Copenhagen to support their national delegation. These youth strengthen the power of their delegation during the conference, and represent the voice of African youth.
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