BLOG: Young people and future generations will be hit hardest by climate change, so what do they need out of a UN pact?
Ban Ki Moon tells youth groups at UN climate talks in Bonn they must use their power at the ballot box to keep pressure on politicians
As the Bonn Climate Talks end, Anton Jaekel a Germany member of the UNFCCC Youth Constituency writes for RTCC urging delegates to remember why they are working towards halting climate change.
As the Climate Talks come to a close in Bonn, Louisa Casson from the UKYCC and member of the YOUNGO constituency of the UNFCCC writes for RTCC reflecting on the talks and calling on parties to step up to their responsibility.
Young people have an increasing stake in the climate negotiations, but how are they using their position to influence the process and push for change?
Outside the Bonn Climate Talks, the YOUNGO constituency held a marriage ceremony between politics and science to show those negotiators inside how vital such a union would be.
YOUNGO perform a mock climate trial at COP17 as a reminder to delegates of why they are in Durban and push them to do better in the coming days.