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Carnegie Oldpark – European Heritage Open Days

Saturday 10th September
Carnegie Oldpark Library, 46 Oldpark Road, Belfast BT14 6FR
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Horizon 2020 Information Day & Brokerage Event “Climate Action, Environment, Resource Efficiency & Raw Materials”

Wednesday 14th September
European Commission, Charlemagne building, rue de la Loi 170, Brussels
See website for details

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Environment Ireland – State of Ireland’s environment 2016

Thursday 22nd September
Croke Park, Dublin
See website for details

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NIEL Annual Conference 2016 – Delivering Prosperity Through The Environment

Friday 30th September
Belfast Harbour Commissioner’s Office, Corporation Square, Belfast BT1 3AL
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UKYCC Films 13 November 2009

This December, UK Youth Climate Coalition is sending a team of 23 delegates to the UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, as the UK Youth Delegation. Two young people, Sarah Irwin and Adam Tyler, are creating a series of short documentary films about this Delegation, to be distributed to young people on the internet before, during and after the Copenhagen Conference.

The first film, entitled UKYCC Prologue - Emma, is now ready to be distributed.

For young people, the decisions made in Copenhagen will be life-changing. Governments and diplomats will determine what kind of world they will inherit - clean or polluted; just or unjust; secure or dangerously unstable. The UK Youth Delegation will strive to bring the youth voice to negotiations, and perhaps their greatest asset is the inspiration they can provide to the legions of young people back in the UK.

It is hoped the UKYCC Films will bring their inspiring stories directly to young people who need to hear them. But this is an entirely voluntary/no-budget project, so the creators are depending on the support of organisations and individuals to help promote it to those young people.

To view the first film, please visit the following link www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZOuekH12zU. Please visit http://ukycc.org for more information on the delegation.