Youth views: what would you tell world leaders at COP21 about climate change?

Youth views: what would you tell world leaders at COP21 about climate change?

Young Post, and six other youth publications from around the world, asked readers to answer two questions about environmental issues. Here are their responses.

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Hundreds of environmentalists arrange their bodies to form a message of hope and peace in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France, December 6, 2015, as the World Climate Change Conference 2015 continues at Le Bourget near the French capital.
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In the spirit of COP 21, the United Nations’ conference on climate change, Young Post, and six other youth publications from around the world, asked readers to answer two questions:  

1 If you could give a speech to the world leaders at COP 21, what would you say?

2 What do you usually do to help the environment?

Here are their responses.

 

Hong Kong

Henry Lui, Catherine Wang and Joy Pamnani

 

 


UDN Student Weekly, Taiwan

Ian Chao, Wang Hao-Syuan, and Mina Tu

 

 

 


The Straits Times, Singapore

Aretha Sawarin Chinnaphongse, Armand Junwen, Charlotte Chua Shao Min, Claire Hsieh Jih Hsyang, Eloise Lim Yiying, Hannah Lim Ray Min, Immanuel Tan U-Jay, Megan Gail Morais, Muhammad Khair Mas’od, Nicholas Phung-Zhang, Soh Wen Shuen, Sophia Lim Shuen 

 


Junior Inquirer, The Philippines

Aaron Hernandez, Anna Isabelle Morota, Francine Beatriz Pradez, Jakob Semilla and Lily Semilla, Juan Inigo Abacan, Laurein Marielle Mateo, Norman Mercado, Nyla Tang, Pia Marie Ancheta Andrade, Sisley Spence Sanares

 


Kompas Daily, Indonesia

Ramadhan Nuraiman Bisri, Farsha Abyan Abiyyi Hadiwidjaja, Tiara Hayuningtyas Mulya 

 

 


Kids’ News, Denmark

Theodora Joensen, Maja Eberhardt Notaras, and Magnus Emil Dreier Jørgsen

 

 

 


Aftenposten Junior, Norway

Theodor, Anna, and Isabel

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