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  • 1. Overview • Personal Journey Sharing- why am I here? • Who are we-CCChange’s vision and mission • CCChange Structure • On going projects and Plans • Capacity Building – a closer look • Summary
  • 2. Gao Wei Wei Serena
  • 3. Law
  • 4. External Vice President
  • 5. Co-founder
  • 6. dream
  • 7. world
  • 8. better
  • 9. YOU
  • 10. REAL
  • 11. Job
  • 12. wished
  • 13. Explore Map
  • 14. Impossible!
  • 15. Grown up But
  • 16. Youth
  • 17. I have.
  • 18. shy
  • 19. busy
  • 20. Bali UNFCCC COP 13
  • 21. A girl
  • 22. Kiribati
  • 23. My home and are going to be drowned very soon due to the rising sea level…
  • 24. Missing
  • 25. back
  • 26. Lost
  • 27. Appreciation
  • 28. Unique
  • 29. Privileged Position
  • 30. youth
  • 31. Not our
  • 32. Guts
  • 33. Explosive Energy
  • 34. Creativity
  • 35. Imagination
  • 36. Passion
  • 37. Empathy
  • 38. So Must we
  • 39. Who are we? • CCChange (“seek change”) seeks to create a climate for change by empowering youth to believe in their power to make a difference in combating human- induced climate change.
  • 40. Our Vision • We envision a world where people collectively build and maintain a sustainable environment, ensuring justice for present and future generations.
  • 41. Our Vision • We envision a world where people collectivelybuild and maintain a sustainableenvironment, ensuring justice for present and future generations.
  • 42. How to achieve this vision?
  • 43. United Nation Climate Change Conference (UNFCCC, COP13)
  • 44. the Asian Youth Climate Summit 08'
  • 45. Leadership Ladder Evaluation & Mutual Education Personal Development Capacity Building Workshops
  • 46. Entrepreneurship Self Sustained Self Carbon Auditing
  • 47. Low Carbon Innovation- A video •The power of an idea
  • 48. Leadership Opportunities for Exchange/International Students Professional Common Cultural Ground Finding Workshops Exchange i-Exchange/ i-Partner
  • 49. Vested Interest Mistrust Global Vision No global agreement
  • 50. Understanding Global Vision Action
  • 51. Leadership Opportunities for Exchange/International Students Professional Common Cultural Ground Finding Workshops Exchange i-Exchange/ i-Partner
  • 52. Initiation Team Evaluation Planning Team Team Execution Team
  • 53. • 350 campaign • 350 snapshots • 350 Video
  • 54. • 350 snapshot – Pledge
  • 55. i-Recycle
  • 56. better
  • 57. Summery
  • 58. Guess the key word of today
  • 59. Every revolution starts with the bedrock belief that change is possible
  • 60. Change
  • 61. Unite
  • 62. Power
  • 63. Difference
  • 64. Same
  • 65. You
  • 66. What do you set out to achieve in your life?
  • 67. What is the most important thing you want to GIVE to this world?
  • 68. you wish to see in this world Be the change
  • 69. When people lead, leaders often follow
  • 70. Youth
  • 71. Youth r power to make a d
  • 72. Your power to make a d
  • 73. dream
  • 74. world
  • 75. better
  • 76. Join Us
  • 77. the CGI U Outstanding Commitment Awards On behalf of the Clinton Global Initiative University (CGI U), we are pleased to provide information about the CGI U Outstanding Commitment Awards, a potential source of funding for student service and activism projects. The 2009 Awards are generously supported by the Pat Tillman Foundation and the Wal-Mart Foundation. Because of Wal-Mart’s continued leadership in addressing climate change, $200,000 of this year’s awards will go to fund student-led projects that specifically address energy & climate change. Applicants do NOT need to be CGI U members,and the application is open to all students. Applications will be accepted through April 3, 2009.