To bring together children, adolescents, and young people in the age group (13-24yrs) on an international platform for participating in a brainstorming discussion on issues of climate change, climate action, government policies, and programs, and community-based holistic approaches to mitigate climate change.

To build knowledge, leadership skill, and green awareness among school children, adolescents, and young people to be engaged with political leaders, bureaucrats, and community leaders for advocacy and climate action that influences their quality of life, health, and well-being.

To facilitate the participation of school children, adolescents, and young people to take climate solutions on the basis of their learning from community-led activities such as organic vegetable cultivation, pond fishing, horticulture, disaster management, composting, vermiculture, mulching, herbal pesticides, terracing, raised bed cultivation and others.

To organize a workshop on climate change, Jungle camps, and interaction with forest communities in biodiversity heritage sites, advocacy and communications campaigning, promotion of biodiversity clubs and biodiversity gardens during the preparatory phase of the global summit.

Global Summit 2023

Sub-Theme of global Summit

  • Role of children adolescents and young people in mitigating climate change.

  • Strengthening capability of children and young people on climate change mitigation and adaption efforts.

  • Promoting meaningful participation of children and young people in the climate change process.

  • Introducing climate change curriculum at the school and college level.

  • The institutional and administrative mechanism at National and international levels to involve children adolescents and young people taking climate action.

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Who Should Attened

  • School children and adolescents in the age group 13 years to 17 years and young people in the age group of 19 years to 24 years from colleges.
  • The representatives from NGOs, indigenous communities, youth led organizations working on the environmental issues and climate change
  • Researchers and academicians working on environmental issues.
  • Officers from the Forest Department and state biodiversity Board.
  • Media Person from print and electronic media.
  • Public leaders such as MLA, Members of Parliament and representatives from local bodies.
  • Key executives from UN agencies and other development agencies
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