Get angry @COP18, Qatar
The fourth day of the climate conference in Doha was the official YouthDay, the only day people under the age of 18 could officially participate at the conference. On one panel two grand dames of the climate and human rights negotiations confronted the young people with one particular question: Are you angry enough?
Christiana Figueres and Mary Robinson demanded in direct talks with students from all over the world that they should raise their voices and make themselves heard. The have to show that they care about climate change because of a simple and clear reason: It’s the world they have to live in tomorrow.
Did the youth raise their voices? Come back here tomorrow, to read more.
DateNovember 29, 2012
Tagschange, climate, cop18, doha, figueres, global ideas, human rights, ireland, qatar, robinson, unfccc, youthday