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Youth at COP15 Climate Change Conference

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What are we doing during COP15 Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen in December 2009? Here's the answer.

What are we doing during COP15 Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen in December 2009? Here's the answer.

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  • 1. Youth @ COP15 Copenhagen, Denmark Yangki Imade Suara Edufest Unpad 11 Feb 2010 [email_address]
  • 2.
    • “ Jangan tanyakan apa yang bisa diberikan oleh Bangsa Indonesia untuk diri kita, tapi tanyakanlah apa yang bisa kita berikan untuk Bangsa yang kita cintai ini”
  • 3. Indonesia di Komunitas Internasional
    • Penduduk Terbanyak No. 4 di Dunia
    • Borneo (Paru-Paru Dunia)
    • Anggota Human Rights Council pada PBB
    • Anggota non-permanen pada Security Council PBB
    • Penggagas Asean Charter di lingkungan ASEAN
    • COP13, Bali Road Map
  • 4. Indonesia (lanj.)
    • Indonesia = Thailand
    • Bali = Negara
    • O.. Singapura
  • 5. See the big picture How Old Are You in 2050?
    • Stop every now and again to see the big picture
      • Take a deep breath
    • Ask yourself
      • What am I doing?
      • How does it fit into the big picture and achieve your goals?
  • 6. International Event
    • Conference
    • Seminar
    • Competition
    • Capacity Building
    • Student Exchange
    • Internship
  • 7. Becoming A Delegate for the UNFCCC
    • Accreditation Letter
      • 350, Greenpeace, WWF, Walhi, etc
    • Constituency
      • YOUNGO
    • Application Letter
      • Form, Essay, Letter of Recommendation
      • Apply to European Youth Jenuesse (European Youth Forum) http://www.youthforum.org/
    • Fund Raising (Ticket, Visa, Insurance, Accommodation, Transportation)
      • Dutch Government, Organization, etc.
  • 8. COP15 @ Copenhagen, Denmark
    • COY5, 5-6 Dec 2009
    • COP15, 7-18 Dec 2009
    • Wrap Up Event, 19-20 Dec 2009
  • 9. A day at the UNFCCC
    • 8am AOSIS (Alliance of Small Island States) / other block meetings
    • 9am G77 and CHINA
    • 10am – 11.30am Negotiations
      • contact groups, plenary, informal groups
    • 11.30am – 1pm Negotiations
    • 1pm CfRN (Coalition for Rainforest Nations)/ LDCs / Other block meetings
    • 2pm G77
    • 3pm – 4.30pm Negotiations
    • 4.30pm – 6pm Negotiations
    • 6pm AOSIS / other block meetings
    • Late – meetings of various groups
    • Source : IYCM Notes
    • Youth meetings
    • Side events
    • Invitational dinners / lunches
    • Delegation meetings
    • Media briefings
    • NGO meetings
    • Corridor meetings
    • Bilaterals / Multilaterals
    • Formal negotiations
    • Other activities
  • 10. Networking!
    • Take the time to invest in networking wherever possible!
      • You will be constantly surrounded by fascinating relevant people
      • Take the time to talk to people around you, in sessions, corridors, meetings
    • This is a massive opportunity!
      • Can help with activities at COP
      • Can help with activities after COP
  • 11. What I’m Doing
    • Participating in COY5
    • Participating in COP15
    • Dec 12 Long March Event
    • Participating in Wrap-Up Event
    • Involved in Bottom Lining Team, Global South Youth, SEA & EA Youth, Media & Communication Team, Youth Forest Group
    • Visiting 4 cities in 4 countries with 4 different languages & currencies.
  • 12. COP15 Snapshot
  • 13. Legal Nature of the Outcome
    • Bali Action Plan: “Decides to launch a comprehensive process…in order to reach an agreed outcome …”
    • Two protocol approach : Kyoto Protocol plus Copenhagen Protocol.
    • Single protocol approach : Copenhagen Protocol
    • One and a Half Protocol : Kyoto Protocol plus COP Decisions
  • 14. Possible Outcomes from Copenhagen
    • Ratifiable Outcome
    • Copenhagen Accords
    • Copenhagen Declaration
    • Copenhagen Protocol Framework
  • 15. Possible Outcomes from Copenhagen 2
    • “ the Chair proposes that the AWG-LCA aim to prepare, by the conclusion of its work on 15 December, agreed texts that could constitute a comprehensive and balanced set of COP decisions on all the elements of the Bali Action Plan, for presentation to the COP for its consideration and action. This would be without prejudice to the possible form and legal nature of the agreed outcome to be adopted by the COP ”. Scenario note on the eighth session
    • “ Our aim there… is not a partial accord or a political declaration, but rather an accord that covers all of the issues in the negotiations, and one that has immediate operational effect…”. President Barack Obama, US-China Summit.
    • At present we are heading toward “Copenhagen Accords”: it is essential these include a mandate and timetable to achieve a legally-binding agreement in 2010
  • 16. Key Issues
    • Mitigation targets: 13-19% for developed countries; developing countries have mostly proposed quite ambitious plans. Long-term targets essential, as well as global shared vision.
    • Submission and review of developing country actions
    • Climate financing – short term and long term.
    • Means to achieve developed country targets – carbon markets and LULUCF (Land Use, Land-Use Change & Forestry.
  • 17. Country Positions
    • USA  Emissions target of 17% below 2005 levels, or 3% below 1990.
    • China  Pledge to reduce carbon intensity by 40-45% by 2020.
    • India  ready to reduce it’s emissions intensity from 20-25 percent from 2005 to 2020.
    • Indonesia  aims to reduce emissions by 26-41 by 2020 compared to BAU (Behavioral Analysis Unit).
    • Brazil  aims to reduce emissions by 36-39% by 2020 compared to BAU, including an 80% reduction in deforestation.
    • The EU has put comprehensive financing figures on the table.
  • 18. Malmö, Sverige-Schweden-Sweden-Szwecja
    • Language : Swedish
    • Currency : Krona (SEK)
  • 19. Köpenhamn-København-Copenhagen, Danmark-Dänemark-Denmark
    • Language : Danish
    • Currency : Krone (DKK)
  • 20. Berlin, Tyskland-Deutschland-Germany
    • Language : Deutsch
    • Currency : Euro (EUR)
  • 21. Warszawa-Warsaw-Warschau, Polen-Polska-Poland
    • Language : Polish
    • Currency : Zloty (PLN)
  • 22. Next Event @ Cancun, Mexico
    • COP16 http://www.cop16.mx/
    • COY6 http://coy6.110mb.com/
    • http://youthclimate.org
    • http://tigweb.org
    • http://groups.tigweb.org/cop15
    • http://eco-indonesia.com
    • http://www.youthforum.org/