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18th December 2009 Side event at COP15, Copenhagen. Side event on youth & student collaboration beyond Copenhagen

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    • Side  event   Youth  &  student  collabora1on     beyond  Copenhagen   18th  December  2009   world  student  community  for  sustainable  development  /    www.wscsd.org   /
    • Welcome   JusAn  Kamp,  Christopher  Baan   world  student  community  for  sustainable  development  /  www.wscsd.org   World Student Community for Sustainable Development
    • Side  event   •  10.00      Welcome,  by  JusAn  &  Christopher   •  10.05    ExplanaAon  about  speed-­‐daAng   •  10.10    Start  speed-­‐daAng   •  10.55:  Climate  SoluAons  Meshworks  as  a  concrete  tool  for  knowledge  exchange   •  11.00    Wrap-­‐up/  summary   •  11.15    Prof.  Thomas  Andersson   •  11.40    End   world  student  community  for  sustainable  development  /  www.wscsd.org   World Student Community for Sustainable Development
    • About  WSC-­‐SD   MulAdisciplinary  network   Think  &  Act   Student  project  plaTorm   15  member  communiAes   58  countries   world  student  community  for  sustainable  development  /  www.wscsd.org   World Student Community for Sustainable Development
    • world  student  community  for  sustainable  development  /  www.wscsd.org   World Student Community for Sustainable Development
    • The  ra1onale:   •  COP15  not  as  an  end,  but  just  a  starAng  point  of  cross-­‐sector  collaboraAon  and  the  strengthening  of  a  global  youth  movement.     •  This  is  an  unprecedented  opportunity  for  important  actors  to  converge  with  the  purpose  of  strengthening  the  role  of  youth  efforts.     •  Youth  should  be  an  embedded  actor  both  in  climate  change  policy,  as  well  as  in  providing  new  creaAve  soluAons  to  climate  change.   world  student  community  for  sustainable  development  /  www.wscsd.org   World Student Community for Sustainable Development
    • The  aim  of  this  event:   •  increase  cross-­‐sectoral  and  cross-­‐organisaAonal  cooperaAon   •  idenAfy  the  key  steps  for  a  truly  global  and  interlinked  youth  climate  movement  in  prepara1on  for  future  COP  mee1ngs.   •  interlink  youth  projects  and  to  provide  a  support  structures  for  ongoing  youth/  student  projects  &  innovaAons.   world  student  community  for  sustainable  development  /  www.wscsd.org   World Student Community for Sustainable Development
    • ArAcle  6  of  the  ConvenAon  (UNFCCC)   Educa1on  &  outreach   a)  ImplementaAon  of     •  Public  awareness  programs   •  Public  access  to  informaAon   •  Public  parAcipaAon   •  Technical  Training   b)  CooperaAon  between  sectors   world  student  community  for  sustainable  development  /  www.wscsd.org   World Student Community for Sustainable Development
    • Speed-­‐da1ng   10  tables   5  rounds  of  7  minutes   1  minute  passing  Ame   Dynamic  facilitators   10  min  wrap-­‐up  by  last  facilitator  of  each  group   world  student  community  for  sustainable  development  /  www.wscsd.org   World Student Community for Sustainable Development
    • Sharing  at  the  table   ReporAng  structures:  making  projects  visible   Interlinking  projects   world  student  community  for  sustainable  development  /  www.wscsd.org   World Student Community for Sustainable Development
    • Speed-­‐da1ng  categories   1.  EducaAon  for  Sustainable  Development   2.  Sustainable  energy  in  Least  Developed  Countries   3.  Mainstreaming  green  CSR   4.  Fundraising  your  project   5.  Outreach:  How  to  promote  your  project   world  student  community  for  sustainable  development  /  www.wscsd.org   World Student Community for Sustainable Development
    • ParAcipaAng  OrganizaAons   An  Inconvenient  Youth  Documentary   JVE/AYICC     Canada     NaAonal  Wildlife  FederaAon     Cascade  Climate  Network     NigeriaClimate  AcAon  Network   CEMDA     Peace  Child  InternaAonal  /  Oasis     Sierra  Student  CoaliAon     Central  Asia  Youth  Environmental  Network   Stanford  University   China  youth  Cop15  delegaAon     Sustainable  Gathering  of  Youth,   Coastal  Development  Partnership/Civil  Scoiety     Korea  Green  FoundaAon       College  of  the  AtlanAc     Toronto     Dickinson  College     University  of  Waterloo   Sustainability  Project     energycrossroad     WSCSD     Focus  the  NaAon     Youth  Environmental  Network  of   globe  internaAonal/european  parliament   Uzbekistan   world  student  community  for  sustainable  development  /  www.wscsd.org   World Student Community for Sustainable Development
    • Jeroen  Maes   Climate  SoluAons  Meshwork   world  student  community  for  sustainable  development  /  www.wscsd.org   World Student Community for Sustainable Development
    • Prof.  Thomas  Andersson   Former  President  Jönköping  University   Professor  of  InternaAonal  Economics  at  Jönköping  InternaAonal  Business  School.     Senior  Advisor  of  Science,  Technology  and  InnovaAon  Policy  in  the  Sultanate  of   Oman,  member  of  two  expert  groups  of  the  European  Commission.     Former  deputy  director  of  science  technology  and  industry  at  the  OECD.   world  student  community  for  sustainable  development  /  www.wscsd.org   World Student Community for Sustainable Development
    • Wrap-­‐up   Each  table:  1  min  presentaAon  of  all  5  sessions   world  student  community  for  sustainable  development  /  www.wscsd.org   World Student Community for Sustainable Development
    • Collabora1on  Beyond  Copenhagen   Taking  the  youth  movement  further   Beyond  poliAcs  &  acAvism  alone:   Also  social  entrepreneurship  &  new  innovaAons   Meshwork  as  possible  technical  tool   world  student  community  for  sustainable  development  /  www.wscsd.org   World Student Community for Sustainable Development
    • The  future  is  already  here,     it’s  only  unevenly  distributed   William  Gibson   world  student  community  for  sustainable  development  /  www.wscsd.org   World Student Community for Sustainable Development
    • www.wscsd.org   cop15.wscsd.org   world  student  community  for  sustainable  development  /  www.wscsd.org   World Student Community for Sustainable Development