• COP 24 Canadian Youth Press Conference

    COP 24 Canadian Youth Press Conference – Week 1 What are Canadian Youth pushing for at COP 24? They have thoughts on what it will take to meet international climate change targets, build a new economy, address the migrant crisis as a climate crisis, and focus on climate impacts on women and Indigenous communities. Speakers: […]

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  • COP in Coal Country

    COP in Coal Country Written by Liam Orme, BCCIC Youth Delegate to COP 24 With a cursory check of my badge and a distracted glance from the officers, I get on the shuttle bus. Police lights flash, and the a car leads the way as the bus starts up. The hour and a half trip […]

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