A Climate Change Citizen Journalism Project to Bridge Gap Between Science and Policy A Climate Change Citizen Journalism Project to Bridge Gap Between Science and Policy
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A Climate Change Citizen Journalism Project to Bridge Gap Between Science and Policy

by John Kelly

May 4, 2013

Yvonne Nyokabi, Youth Climate Report Country Director for Kenya

So far we have presented Youth Climate Report episodes one, two, and three at the UN climate change conferences in Durban, South Africa (2011) and Doha, Qatar (2012) and at the UNEP pavilion at the Earth Summit (Rio+20) in Rio de Janeiro in June 2012. Our next installment, episode four, will screen at the upcoming nineteenth conference of parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP19) in Warsaw, Poland in December 2013.

This project is truly unique. If you’d like to see our work become even more powerful in its presentation, with youth participating in and facilitating the climate change dialogue between science and policy, while learning empowering life skills, please support us.

This project is part of GOOD's Saturday series Push for Good—our guide to crowdfunding creative progress.

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A Climate Change Citizen Journalism Project to Bridge Gap Between Science and Policy