GLOBAL YOUTH

CLIMATE PACT

International research project encourages young people, between 15 and 20, to give their opinion and take action in the fight against climate change.

What is the Global Youth Climate Pact?

Our world is unique
Thinking

Workshops, conferences, gathering youth, scientists and decision-makers

Educating

Understand climate change, identify solutions, discover scientific research

Acting

Each one leads an ecological project linked to local communities

Sharing

Exchange of knowledge between generations, between high schools, between continents

14th to 16th october
Workshops in Santiago of Chile: Evolution of climate issues in a post-Covid-19 world

The Global Youth Climate Pact commits to:

  • Encourage young people to take action and give their opinion
  • Provide them a participatory methodology to exchange with scientists (crowdsourcing, networks, workshops…)
  • Organize events (conferences, exhibitions, participation in COPs)

High schools commit to:

  • Implement and sustain projects to fight climate change involving local communities
  • Working in pairs with a high school on another continent
  • Respecting the values of the Global Youth Climate Pact

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The Global Youth Climate Pact in 2020

Since 2014, the GYCP has reached about 12000 students.

30

Countries

141

High schools

239

Projects

5058

Students
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZOO1w4KeYa8

They are involved in the GYCP:

Alfredo Pena Vega

Sociologist

Werner Wintersteiner

Education for peace

Hervé Le Treut

Climatologist

Pablo Marquet

Biologist

Izabel Petraglia

Educationist, psychologist

Aurora Gaxiola

Ecologist

Luis M. Flores

Professor

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