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Post your views about the summit: NYSoCC 22-23 Nov, 2008

Posted by NYCA Blogger on November 21, 2008

Dear all

First of all we are very sorry for the all those applicants whose name are not included in the list. We are geeting many phone calls and emails from all those applicants. I have a request, we will sure bring some other facinating programs/events national wide to participarte you all.

This section is for all the friend. Please post your views about the summit


2 Responses to “Post your views about the summit: NYSoCC 22-23 Nov, 2008”

  1. Will Bates said

    Dear all

    350 is the red line for human beings, the most important number on the planet. The most recent science tells us that unless we can reduce the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere to 350 parts per million, we will cause huge and irreversible damage to the earth.

    But solutions exist. All around the world, a movement is building to take on the climate crisis, to get humanity out of the danger zone and below 350. This movement is massive, it is diverse, and it is visionary. We are activists, scholars, and scientists. We are leaders in our businesses, our temples, our governments, and our schools. We are clean energy advocates, forward-thinking politicians, and fearless revolutionaries. And we are united around the world, driven to make our planet livable for all who come after us.

    We are everywhere, and together we are unstoppable.

    The Nepalese Youth Summit on Climate Change is a critical part of this growing global movement. The voices of Himalayan and Terai communities must be heard. People all around the world take inspiration knowing that their efforts are united and working in common with all of you in Nepal. The photos and stories from this summit will be broadcast and shared with the movement and public worldwide via the website, including at the upcoming United Nations climate change negotiations in Poznan, Poland this December.

    Many thanks to all the Nepali youth leaders making NYSoCC happen, and here’s to building a bigger, stronger, more connected movement and to ensuring that we will return to safe levels of CO2 below 350.

    Thanks, Manjeet,

    Will Bates

  2. To my friends in Nepal
    You are about to embark on a journey which many have pondered but few have actually acted upon. Should you choose, you can put Nepal on a track towards sustainability and make it a paragon of what nations can accomplish when its citizens come together to solve a problem of global proportions. By launching a Nepal Youth for Climate Action you are realizing your true potential and moving forward to build a better Nepal–one that can lead the way in showing its neighbors how to adapt to the unpredictable changes that lie ahead and how to to build an economy based on green solutions. I wish you all the best!
    I truly mean it–I’m very excited for you all!
    Kartikeya Singh
    Executive Director
    Indian Youth Climate Network

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