Youth Dialogue: Climate Change
350 Singapore -- UNFCCC ADP Negotiation Sharing Session
Interested in understanding the climate change negotiations?
350 Singapore brings it to Singapore as the speakers will share the developments at the climate negotiations, the key challenges ahead and the likely outcome of the negotiations.
Date: 24 Apr 2014, Thursday
Venue: NTUC Centre, Level 9, Room 903
6.30-7pm - Registration & Networking
7-7.30pm - “The Durban Platform: Getting to Lima & Paris” by Ms. Melissa Low, Research Associate, Energy Studies Institute, National University of Singapore
7.30-8pm - “Adaptation in the UNFCCC & IPCC Working Group 2 Major Findings” by Mr. Sandeep Chamling Rai, Senior Adaptation Policy Advisor, Global Climate & Energy Initiative WWF International
“NCCS 2013 Public Perception Survey Findings” by Mr. Yuan Sai Kuan, Director, 3P Network, National Climate Change Secretariat, Prime Minister’s Office
8-8.30pm - Student-led Q&A Session
** Student reps will:
Serve as moderators to the Q&A session, taking questions and assigning them to the panel
Represent their institutions in asking questions
All representatives will be presented with a certificate of participation at the end of the dialogue
8.30-9pm - Open discussion & Networking
More info at:
School, Institution, Occupation
Which of the following are you most interested in from this Youth Dialogue?
You can choose more than one option
Attending future UNFCCC negotiations
Interested to learn more about UNFCCC negotiations
Interested to learn about internship opportunities with ECO Singapore/green businesses
Want to voice opinion on climate change, youth involvement (or lack thereof) in Singapore
Interested to help facilitate and volunteer for future Youth Dialogue sessions
Would you be interested to attend future Youth Dialogue sessions organized by ECO Singapore & Young NTUC?
Yes, please keep me updated on future events
No, please do not send me any updates
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