• COP24: What happened? Let’s break it down.

    Written by Liam Orme, BCCIC Youth Delegate to COP 24 COP24: What happened? Let’s break it down After two long weeks of negotiations, the UN climate change negotiations in Poland (COP24) have ended. The road to the Paris Agreement Work Program was complicated and tense, but an agreement was finally reached. Yet, at this point, […]

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  • BCCIC Youth Delegation to COP 24 – Impact Report

    In this project impact report, the BCCIC Youth Delegation to COP 24 reviews the successes, setbacks, and recommendations gathered from their time engaging at COP 24 in Katowice, including a summary of the Youth Delegation’s activities and events in Katowice. This project intends to create lasting impacts on both the youth involved, and their local […]

  • Gender and Climate Change at COP 24

    By Kiera Schuller – BCCIC Youth Delegate to COP 24 Gender has been a big topic at this year’s COP24 – and for good reason! Recent years have seen increasingly vocal demands and urges from activists, civil society organizations, and various other groups to have gender equality and female empowerment mainstreamed within all UNFCCC procedures […]

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