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Global Youth Conference on Climate Change and Sustainable Development

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The Earth Focus foundation, continuing the work with young people started within the renowned Bellerive Foundation, organized the World Youth Conference (8-11 November 2010), in Geneva.

The conference welcomes young people from all over the world to contribute to the subject of Climate Change and Sustainable Development.

Video webcast of the conference

The conference consisted of plenary sessions with experts regarding the effects of climate change, such as:

Stands from many of those organizations were present on site, to expose and promote their activities, give information and testimonies of their actions, and initiate discussion with the conference attendees.

Monday, November 8th

The conference started with encouraging words from the Earth focus foundation and a message from the Geneva Authorities. The audience had the privilege to attend very interesting presentations completed by questions and answers with the panel.
You can view the webcast of the whole conference by clicking here.

Tuesday, November 9th

The themes of the day were “Education, Youth and Civil Society” and “Nuclear, Clean and Renewable Energies”.
After a presentation by Antony Hequet, Jon-Hans Coetzer, General Manager and Academic Coordinator of the Geneva School of Diplomacy & International Relations, introduced several presentations from students of the Koc School, Turkey, on the topic of education, youth and civil society.
The plenary sessions were complemented by workshops on various topics, such as:

  • Ethics in Modern Society by Brianan Kiernan and Antony Hequet
  • Climate Change and the Global Commons by Heiner Benking
  • Ecology, Economy and Social Flow by Sarah Dreyfus
  • A New Approach to our Environmental Dilemna by Rosie Waygood
  • Connecting to our higher values and the power of thought by Karoline Buys
  • Latin America: Strategies Inherent to Natural Resources and Sustainable Tourism as a Development Alternative (Venezuela) by Corina Cortes

Wednesday, November 10th

In the field of climate change and biodiversity, students from the Collège André ChavanneCollège du LémanCollège Rousseau and the Koc School have presented their work which led to intense debate and discussions.

On Wednesday, the workshops covered different topics such as:

  • Protecting Human Rights in a Future Climate Regime by Curtis Doebbler and Margreet Wewerinke
  • The Hazards of Climate Change on Socio-economic Development by Dorina Drowniak, Bedir Özuslu, Cem Albayrak, Melih Yavci, Selin Arisal and Vidal Arditi
  • Zermatt Unplugged by Brianan Kiernan
  • Visualising the inner Yes to Creating a Sustainable World by Rebecca Inauen
  • Creating from a space of alignment by Philipp Knechtle
  • Oriental Coaching, a powerful tool to achieve a sustainable human development by Jordi Tebé

Thursday, November 11th

During the morning, Noé 21 and ItsOneHumanity presented films and Philippe de Rougemont animated a workshop and debate. Following the proposition of Prince Frederick von Saxe-Lauenburg, a 1 minute silence commemoration in memory of the First World War armistice was made at 11am, the 11th of November. A message from Jean-Paul Moka (viewable below), from Congo, was shown to the participants which had the opportunity to comment and respond to. The conference ended up with voting on a clear message to negotiators at COP 16 in Cancun and a walk to Place des Nations to deliver the message to United Nations, World Meteorological Organization, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and World Trade Organization.

Message from Jean-Paul Moka:

Here is a 10 minutes movie clip summarizing some of the events of the conference:

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