Author: Johanna Bozuwa, COP22 Delegate

United in the Commitment to Change

After almost two weeks in Marrakech at COP22, by the end of last week I found myself sitting back in the classroom and back in my daily routine. I already miss the early morning dashes through the winding streets of the medina to the venue. Now, back on my bike in the Netherlands, I’ve been […]

The UN Must Take Climate Change Education and Empowerment Seriously

Today is Education Day at COP22. But why does it matter? In this highly technical negotiation space, why should Education be on the agenda of an international climate change conference? Moving towards decarbonization presents a paradigmatic shift in our economy, society, and way of life. We need to ensure that we have the capacity for […]

Using the Paris Climate Agreement as a Springboard: Towards Action at COP22

Last year at the COP21 Climate Talks in Paris, countries forged an unprecedented agreement to keep global temperature rise to well below 2 degrees Celsius. It was the culmination of years of hard work, sweat, love, frustration, and hope from people across the world: from those on the front lines of climate change to politicians […]