Two Million Young People Calling On The World To Tackle Climate Change

from Wildlife Promise

Tunza More than 2 million young people worldwide are expected to speak out on global warming during a Thursday August 20th Tunza conference.

Scoop.co.nz reports:

“For the first time, young committed people from all continents, including 20 cities (eg Nairobi, London, Brasilia, Beijing, Auckland and Sydney) will meet virtually with 800 children and youth in Daejeon on Thursday August 20.  According to UNEP’s website, the campaign is aimed at ‘encouraging the governments of the world to agree on a deal that will protect people and the planet when they meet to negotiate a new climate change agreement in Copenhagen this December.’” See full article.