Dear Terry, Teachers and Students participating in COP 22, Good morning!
It is with great satisfaction that we present the results of the meeting with the National Secretary of Climate Change and Environmental Quality of the Ministry of the Environment of Brazil, who attended to us and made available for the deliberations of COY 21 and COY 22 to be implemented In the Federal District and States of the Brazilian territory.
With this, we advance so that the results achieved in the Conferences will be effective in the Schools of Brazil.
We wish you all a great year-end, full of Peace, Cooperation and Fraternity.
Merry Christmas to all and a great New Year with many sustainable achievements.
Coordinator of the International Youth Conference on Climate in Brazil - COY 21 and Student Jones Medrado da Silva of the Taguatinga Norte High School attended a meeting with the Secretary of Climate Change and Environmental Quality in the Ministry of Environment - 15122016
By Davi Silva Fagundes
The National Secretary for Climate Change and Environmental Quality - Diplomat Everton Lucero, received in his office in the Ministry of Environment, Professor Davi Silva Fagundes - Coordinator of the International Youth Conference on Climate (COY 21), together with the Student of the Center Taguatinga Norte - Jones Medrado da Silva, one of the participants of the International Youth Conference on Climate. The meeting was attended by environmental analysts Anísia Mendes, responsible for the Youth program in the Ministry of the Environment and Mário Henrique Mendes, responsible for coordinating the Conference of the Parties on Climate Change (COP 22) in the Ministry of the Environment, Held in Morocco.
Professor Davi Silva Fagundes explained to the National Secretary for Climate Change and Environmental Quality the actions of COY 21 - International Youth Conference on Climate held in 2015 and COY 22 - International Youth Conference on Water and Climate Change, Held in 2016, the whole dynamic of the event was coordinated by the Global Education Center - University of Alberta in Edmonton Canada.
He informed that at COY 21 - International Youth Conference on Climate (2015), more than 12 countries participated, involving over 10.000 students. At COY 22 - International Youth Conference on Water and Climate Change (2016), 25,000 students from various countries participated. The final documents were delivered at COP 21 in Paris and COP 22 in Morocco, with the deliberations of the Students from the participating countries.
Professor Davi Silva Fagundes emphasized the need for the deliberations agreed at the Conferences to be implemented in the Brazilian and Federal District Schools so that they have a line of financing from the Federal, State and Municipal Governments and receive sustainable technologies such as solar panels And rainwater harvesting, significantly reducing spending in these areas in the Schools and Public Organs, citing as an example that the Federal District is facing a water crisis, with the reduction of water resources in its reservoirs and major problems with air pollution, mainly produced For 1,800,000 (one million, eight hundred thousand) vehicles that circulate daily in the Federal District.
The Secretary received the deliberations of COY 21 - International Youth Conference on Climate and the Inventory of Emissions by sources and removals by sinks of greenhouse effect (GEE) document produced by the Secretary of State for the Environment of the Federal District, for the knowledge The seriousness of the problems that the population of the Federal District has been experiencing.
The Secretary showed great awareness of the presentation and made a commitment to work with his advisor on the demands of the final document of the International Youth Conference on Climate (COY 21) involving youth in the Schools of the National Territory and the Federal District, ensuring greater awareness On the problems and solutions to be taken, contemplating the deliberations of the document of COY 21.
Professor Davi Silva Fagundes presented the final document with the deliberations of COY 22 - International Conference on Water and Climate Change, so that the Brazilian Government can take the necessary measures in response to the demands presented by the 25,000 young participants of the International Conference .