Foreign-OfficeBritain’s top government office endorses ‘CommonClimate Initiative’, ahead of the Young Commonwealth Climate Summit in London, United Kingdom.  The British Foreign and Commonwealth Office has approved ‘mutual partnership’ in support of the Young Commonwealth Climate Change Summit, and help facilitate the establishment of the ‘CommonClimate Initiate’.  This will accelerate the Commonwealth’s attempts to tackle the pressing challenge of climate change  and signals a proactive role for young people in negotiating possible solutions to tackle Climate Change. The Secretariat Coordinator of the Summit Messeh Kamara said the partnership with the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office was an “important achievement” and a significant measure taken by a  top British government office to deal with the global challenge, and unite the next generation of global leaders and influencers and strengthen intergenerational collaboration on world challenges. The ‘CommonClimate Initiative’,  is a sustainable programme of the Summit for young Commonwealth climate leaders linked through a dedicate online platform offering a facility to share expertise, develop collaborative projects and support one another, with key roles and responsibility assumed by summit delegates. This site will also provide a resource for other development practitioners and young people worldwide.

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  1. Dacnet says:

    – Climate Change made the typhoons in the south pacific very destructive. Typhoon Ketsana made a lot of mess in Philippines and Vietnam

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