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This workshop presentation is from the Student Sustainability Summit 2015, in partnership with NUS and People & Planet, presented by Charlotte Bonner, Communities Programme Manager, Department for Sustainability, NUS; Antoine Maudinet, Vice President, CliMates; Anna-Marie Vickerstaff, Leeds Green Exchange, Leeds University Union, Margaux Jobin, Communication Director, CliMates, Flick Monk, International Delegation Coordinator, UK Youth Climate Coalition and Marianna Musset, International Delegate for the UK Youth Climate Coalition and Co-Director of The Bristol Skipchen: A Real Junk Food Project.
This December Paris will host the international conference on climate change, COP21. Its aim is to reach an international and legally binding agreement to limit greenhouse gases emissions and keep global warming under 2°C by 2100. As such, COP21 may be the most important diplomatic event of the century. But who's going to live through this century? We are. As both present and future generations, climate change is the challenge of our lifetime. So what can we - students and youth in general - do about it? Attend this session with CliMates, UKYCC and NUS to learn more.
To find more presentations and resources from the Student Sustainability Summit, search for SSS15.
To find presentations and resources from this “Challenging Connections” the 19th EAUC Annual Conference, search for EAUCConf15.
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