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Center for Environment Education (CEE) and Network/outreach partner – Indian Youth Climate Network (IYCN) is organizing Thirteen edition of (Local) Conference of Youth (LCOY 13) in Ahmedabad on 12-13-14 October 2017.
All enthusiastic youth are invited to join us for the thirteenth edition of (Local) Conference of Youth – LCOY 13 India focused on climate change.
LCOY 13 India is a part of the Global Conference of Youth (COY), an annual meet of youth organized by YOUNGO (youth NGOs network) before the official climate change negotiations called United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Conference of Parties (COP).
COY happens every year since 2005 in the COP host country but after the decision in 2015 local COYs are also organized in various cities enabling better representation of youth voices from different regions.
Come, learn and share your inputs/experiences with fellow participants and international youth climate communities like YOUNGO which is associated with UNFCCC.
Details
When is the conference?
12-14 October, 2017
Venue for the conference
Centre for Environment Education, Thaltej Tekra, Ahmedabad – 380054
Who can participate?
Youth from the age group 18 to 35 years from South Asian region
Who is organizing this conference?
Centre for Environment Education (CEE) with financial support from Heinrich Böll Stiftung (HBF) and Knowledge & outreach partner Indian Youth Climate Network (IYCN)
For registration (registration closes on 23 September, 2017)
Registration form  https://goo.gl/forms/nFFaREtpsvl8Wqbk1
Like us on FB page and stay updated  https://www.facebook.com/COY13India/
For any queries send us an email on localcoy.india@coy13.org
Why should you participate in this conference?
It is a youth driven conference where you get an opportunity to gain more knowledge related to climate change, a platform to showcase and share your learnings, connect with participants and contribute to global youth voices that will be shared with world leaders who will gather at Bonn, Germany in November 2017.
We are pleased to invite young enthusiastic students who are keen to learn more about climate change or are involve in some on ground actions related to environment or climate action from your university/college to participate in LCOY 13 India. For more details please find attached LCOY 13 brochure.
And also follow IYCN  for more workshops and activities on climate awareness
Website: – www.iycn.in

 

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Welcome to the Indian Youth Climate Network’s Newsletter! With this initiative, our effort is to provide a recap of news relating to climate change and environment in the month gone by. There will also be a sprinkling of interesting tidbits in the form of blogs, opinion pieces, interviews with young entrepreneurs and leaders, important knowledge resources, innovative practices, photos, etc. from time to time.

Find the August 2017 issue here.

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Call for Interns!

The IYCN Winter Internship is here! We have two three kinds of roles this time for young and passionate people.

1. Project Intern

Urban Sparrows, a project on Environment Auditing of office spaces in Delhi and NCR, under the aegis of Indian Youth Climate Network (IYCN), calls for interns. It is an initiative of IYCN where we attempt to introduce environmental awareness in office spaces. Eco-Audit is our first step towards achieving that vision. You will helping with audit procedures in different spaces. We provide technical training to our interns to make them familiar with the detailed procedure designed by our team for conducting Eco Audit.

2. Social Media and Communications Intern

We have a number of social handles and are giving you an opportunity to help us manage our social media campaigns. As an intern, you will be designing new posts, creating a buzz around them in order to increase our social media outreach. You will also be communicating with our members, partners and experts.

3. Operations Intern

IYCN is a network of young people and youth led organizations, as a part of your role, you will be helping us with operations both at the national and regional level and will get to learn how youth organizations function and manage their operations.

You can choose to apply for a rol according to your interests and skill sets. All young people with the passion to learn something new and work for the environment are encouraged to apply! Students from all fields with sensitivity towards environment issues and dedication to learn, good communication skills would be preferred.

Internship with us:

– It would be a great learning experience for you

– You’ll be trained to undertake organizational assignments and projects

–  You will get to interact with experts and like minded people

– You get to earn an IYCN certificate

 

Application Deadline: 10th January’ 2017

Please write to us at: priya@iycn.in or manish@iycn.in.

 

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Glances of Agents of Change Workshop in Ahmedabad

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Agents of Change

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 Agents of Change (Hyderabad) from Project Survival Media on Vimeo.

Agents of Change (Hyderabad) from Project Survival Media on Vimeo.

Embassy of Germany in association with GIZ and IYCN presents Agents of Change. Project Survival Media brings you the glimpse of the first ever workshop India to strengthen the voice of youth on climate change.

Indian Youth on Climate Change

-Dimple Ranpara, Project Survival Media

According to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), ‘climate change is a change of climate which is attributed directly or indirectly to human activity that  alters the composition of the global atmosphere and which occurs in addition to natural climate variability observed over comparable time and periods.

Climate Change builds elevated levels of insecurity about our future and amidst this uncertainty; there is only one thing certain. We shall leave our planet to our children, the future generations – today’s youth. The swift environmental changes demand humanity to not think in terms of years and decades, but across centuries and generations, where choices made today shall have a spillover on climate across the coming years. This recognizes the high need of making the youth aware about the challenges and opportunities that shall come along the science and policy of climate change. Undoubtedly, it is a must and the right of the youth to have a say in their future, not because of the anticipated impacts but it is their ingenuity, ability to define and bring upon answers with outright determination, that can make a significant difference in evading the catastrophes of climate change.

Formalin in Our Food

By Supriya Singh

My maiden trip to Bangladesh in late October 2013 will be memorable for primarily three reasons. The simple yet breathtaking beauty of the country’s landscape, the unbelievably warm welcome and amazing friendships that formed and lastly for the shocking realization that Bangladesh and indeed entire south Asia is slowly poisoning its food and future.

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