On August 12, 2010, Tahsin Hyder who is Advisor of the Green Club at the Maple Leaf International School, organized a forum where she presented the Earth Charter. The idea of this forum was to discuss the topic of global warming, learn more about this important threat to humanity, and reflect on what can we do.
An article about this presentation was featured in a section of Star Campus (the weekly student and youth news supplement) in Daily Star, the best selling daily English newspaper in Bangladesh.
The Government of Denmark hosted the 15th United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP15) that took place in Bella Center, Copenhagen from the 7th to the 18th of December, 2009. This conference is one the largest international political conference ever held in Denmark with participants from 192 countries representing governments, the business community, and civil society. Bella center has capacity to host approximately 15,000 participants.
During the conference the Earth Charter Youth Group Climate Natural delegates met with other Earth Charter Youth Group leaders and members and shared experiences of their respective countries. Among other things the delegates actively participated in UNFCCC youth group YOUNGO campaigns and meetings, visited different industries as part of COP 15 energy tours and joined COP 15 sessions related to Bangladesh.
This event gave the members of Earth Charter Youth Group Climate Natural an opportunity to raise voice on international climate negotiation process, build networks and learn on climate change.
Transformative Teaching and Learning with the Earth Charter
The Earth Charter is a universal expression of ethical principles to foster sustainable development.
The Earth Charter Initiative is the global network that embraces, uses and integrates the Earth Charter principles.