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United Nations publication, Sales No E 10 IV 11, ISBN 978 92 1 130303 2. Copyright United Nations 2010, All rights reserved. Printed by the United Nations New York, This publication is available for download at www un org youth. Acknowledgements, The World Youth Report Youth and Climate Change represents a collabora. tive effort made possible by the input and feedback received from experts. in the field of youth and climate change and from partners throughout the. United Nations system working on issues relating to youth development. and climate change The contributions from youth around the world were. invaluable in the preparation of the Report, To obtain background information for the Report the United Nations.
Programme on Youth issued a call for input The positive response from. young individuals youth led and youth focused organizations and in. stitutions working in the area of climate change is a testimony to the. extensive interest in the topic of youth and climate change Contribu. tions were carefully screened and helped inform the content of the final. Report They provided an important overview of the broad range of cli. mate change adaptation and mitigation activities in which young people. around the world are engaged Most of the examples provided in chap. ter IV of the present Report are based on these contributions Unfor. tunately owing to the large volume of contributions received it is not. possible to list all those who provided input individually The United Na. tions Programme on Youth is deeply grateful for all the inputs received. The Department of Economic and Social Affairs of the United Nations Secretariat is a vital. interface between global policies in the economic social and environmental spheres and na. tional action The Department works in three main interlinked areas it compiles generates and. analyses a wide range of economic social and environmental data and information on which. Members States of the United Nations draw to review common problems and to take stock of. policy options it facilitates the negotiations of Member States in many intergovernmental bod. ies on joint courses of action to address ongoing or emerging global challenges and it advises. interested Governments on the ways and means of translating policy frameworks developed. in United Nations conferences and summits into programmes at the country level and through. technical assistance helps build national capacities. The designations employed and the presentation of material in this publication do not imply. the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the Secretariat of the United Nations. concerning the legal status of any country territory city or area or of its authorities or con. cerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries The assignment of countries or areas to. specific groupings is for analytical convenience and does not imply any assumption regarding. political or other affiliation of countries or territories by the United Nations The designations. developed and developing are intended for statistical and analytical convenience and do. not necessarily express a judgment about the stage reached by a particular country or area in. the development process, Explanatory notes, References to dollars indicate United States dollars unless otherwise stated. When a print edition of a source exists the print version is the authoritative one United Nations docu. ments reproduced online are deemed official only as they appear in the United Nations Official Docu. ment System United Nations documentation obtained from other United Nations and non United. Nations sources are for informational purposes only The Organization does not make any warranties. or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of such materials. The following abbreviations have been used in the Report. AC air conditioner UNFCCC United Nations Framework Con. C Celsius vention on Climate Change, CDM Clean Development Mechanism UNEP United Nations Environment Pro. CER certified emission reduction, UNICEF United Nations Children s Fund. CFL compact fluorescent lighting, USP University of the South Pacific. CO2 carbon dioxide, YJF Youth Forum Jeunesse, COP Conference of the Parties to the.
United Nations Framework Con YMCA Young Men s Christian Associa. vention on Climate Change tion, CSD Commission on Sustainable De YOUNGO youth constituency COP ses. velopment sions, DHF dengue haemorrhagic fever Technical note. ERU emission reduction unit In this publication unless otherwise indicated. F Fahrenheit the term youth refers to all those between the. ages of 15 and 24 as reflected in the World, FAO Food and Agriculture Organiza. Programme of Action for Youth The term, tion of the United Nations. young people may be used interchangeably, GHG greenhouse gas with the word youth in the text.
ICMYO International Coordination Meet, ing of Youth Organisations. IPCC Intergovernmental Panel on Cli Note on country groupings and sub. mate Change groupings, KCYP Kibera Community Youth Pro. Unless otherwise indicated the following coun, try groupings and subgroupings have been. NGO non governmental organization used in this Report. NYU New York University, sia Afghanistan Bangladesh Bhutan Bru. OECD Organization for Economic Coop nei Darussalam Cambodia China Hong. eration and Development Kong Special Administrative Region of Chi. UNESCO United Nations Educational Sci na Macao Special Administrative Region of. entific and Cultural Organization China Democratic People s Republic of Ko. rea India Indonesia Islamic Republic of Iran Islands Cape Verde Comoros Cook Islands. Japan Lao People s Democratic Republic Cuba Dominica Dominican Republic Fiji. Malaysia Maldives Mongolia Myanmar Ne French Polynesia Grenada Guam Guinea. pal Pakistan Philippines Republic of Korea Bissau Guyana Haiti Jamaica Kiribati. Singapore Sri Lanka Thailand Timor Leste Maldives Marshall Islands Mauritius Fed. Viet Nam erated States of Micronesia Montserrat, Nauru Netherlands Antilles New Caledonia.
Sub Saharan Africa Angola Benin Bo Niue Northern Mariana Islands Palau. tswana Burkina Faso Burundi Cameroon Papua New Guinea Puerto Rico Samoa. Cape Verde Central African Republic Chad Sao Tome and Principe Seychelles Sin. Comoros Congo C te d Ivoire Democratic gapore Solomon Islands Saint Kitts and. Republic of the Congo Djibouti Equatorial Nevis Saint Lucia Saint Vincent and the. Guinea Eritrea Ethiopia Gabon Gambia Grenadines Suriname Timor Leste Tonga. Ghana Guinea Guinea Bissau Kenya Le Trinidad and Tobago. sotho Liberia Madagascar Malawi Mali, Mauritania Mauritius Mayotte Mozam eveloped market economies Australia. bique Namibia Niger Nigeria R union Austria Belgium Cyprus Denmark Finland. Rwanda Saint Helena Sao Tome and Prin France Germany Greece Iceland Ireland. cipe Senegal Seychelles Sierra Leone So Italy Japan the Netherlands New Zealand. malia South Africa Swaziland Togo Ugan Norway Portugal Spain Sweden Switzer. da United Republic of Tanzania Zambia land United Kingdom of Great Britain and. Zimbabwe Northern Ireland United States of America. atin America Argentina Belize Bolivia Bra, L The following symbols have been. zil Chile Colombia Costa Rica Ecuador El used in the annex tables included in. Salvador Falkland Islands Malvinas French the Report. Guiana Guatemala Guyana Honduras, Mexico Nicaragua Panama Paraguay Peru wo dots indicate that data are not. Suriname Uruguay Venezuela available or are not separately reported. iddle East and North Africa Algeria Bah, M n em dash indicates that the item is. rain Djibouti Egypt Islamic Republic of Iran nil or negligible. Iraq Israel Jordan Kuwait Lebanon Libyan, Arab Jamahiriya Malta Morocco Oman hyphen indicates that the item is not.
Qatar Saudi Arabia Syrian Arab Republic applicable. Tunisia United Arab Emirates Occupied Pal, minus sign indicates a deficit or de. estinian Territory Yemen, crease except as indicated. astern Europe and the Commonwealth of, Independent States Albania Armenia Azer A full stop is used to indicate decimals. baijan Belarus Bosnia and Herzegovina, slash between years indicates a statis. Bulgaria Croatia Czech Republic Estonia, tical year for example 1990 91.
Georgia Hungary Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan, Latvia Lithuania Montenegro Poland Mol Use of a hyphen between years for example. dova Romania Russian Federation Serbia 1990 1991 signifies the full period involved in. Slovakia Slovenia Tajikistan Turkmenistan cluding the beginning and end years. Ukraine Uzbekistan former Yugoslav Re, public of Macedonia Details and percentages in tables do not nec. essarily add to totals because of rounding, Small island developing States American Sa. moa Anguilla Antigua and Barbuda Aruba Annual rates of growth or change unless oth. Bahamas Barbados Belize British Virgin erwise stated refer to annual compound rates. Photo credits, shootnations org produced by Plan International. and Shoot Experience, Agnieszka Kozlowska page 2 3.
Wei Yun Chung page 16 17, William Lyte page 28, Filipciuc Andrada page 37. Alex Kozobolis page 47, Filipciuc Andrada Diana page 56. Nilyma Khan page 61, Lameck Nyagudi page 65, Zabir Hasan page 74. Katharina Kuehnel page 80, Edna Loureiro page 85, Ruli Amrullah page 89. Claudia Morais page 93, Mark David Pfeifer page 106 107.
Florin Kiritescu page 112, Lucas Klein page 190 191. Acknowledgements 4, Explanatory notes 5, Introduction 17. Why youth and climate change now 17, Overview of the Report 18. I Climate change the basics 21, The facts about climate change 21. The impact of a changing climate, on ecosystems and livelihoods 26.
The international framework for, combating climate change 29. The United Nations Framework, Convention on Climate Change 31. The Kyoto Protocol to the United Nations, Framework Convention on Climate Change 33. Youth and Rio 20 35, Suggestions for further reading 39. II Compromised futures Youth development, and the effects of climate change 42.
The compound effects of climate change on health and safety 43. Extreme weather events increase health hazards 44, particularly where sanitation is poor and waste. water management Insufficient 45, Reduced access to clean water compromises health 46. Higher temperatures increase exposure to disease 47. and increase the threat of heat stress 49, The food security dilemma 50. Climate change mitigation and food security, an added challenge 53. The impact of climate change on young people s livelihoods 54. Negative consequences 55, Potential positive consequences.
including green jobs 58, The migration equation 58. Climate conflict and youth 62, Final analysis 65, Suggestions for further reading 68. III Addressing climate change at its roots 71, Consumption patterns and sustainable lifestyles 71. The dominant youth market 74, Young people s ecological footprint 75. The consumption paradox Do young, people walk the talk 78.
Education for change 82, Key features of effective education for. sustainable development 83, Challenges in implementing education for. sustainable development 88, Non formal climate change education 91. Preparing young people to take advantage of green, job opportunities 91. Education and training 98, Youth entrepreneurship 100.
Environmental public employment programmes 101, Suggestions for further reading 105. IV Moving forward youth taking action and, making a difference 108. Promoting youth participation within the United Nations 108. Youth participation and the United Nations, Framework Convention on Climate Change 114. Youth participation climbing the ladder towards, genuine empowerment 120. The ladder of participation 121, Youth participation in climate change initiatives.
around the world 123, Informing and educating youth 124. Young people sharing information and, building capacity 127. Youth applying information and, communication technologies 130. Youth gathering and analysing information 134, Youth involvement in campaigning. lobbying and advocacy 137, Youth engaging in consultation 139.
Youth taking the initiative 140, Youth participating in policy development 143. Youth as partners in decision making 146, Youth mobilizing themselves youth led organizations 148. The role of young people in promoting and, effecting change 152. Barriers to youth engagement and the way forward 155. Conclusion 157, Bibliography 162, Statistical annex 179. Introduction 179, 1 Basic demographics youth population indicators 2010.
2 Basic demographics urban and rural distribution of youth 1990 2005. 3 Youth literacy rates 1985 2008, 4 Gross enrolment ratios for primary secondary and tertiary education 2008. 5 Net enrolment ratios for primary and secondary education 2008. 6 Primary to secondary school transition rates 2007 2008. 7 Youth labour force participation rates 2008, 8 Youth unemployment indicators. 9 Youth undernutrition and shelter deprivation, 10 Youth access to sanitation and water. 11 Leading causes of death among youth, Brief demographic and development profile of youth. I 1 Trends in global average surface temperature 22. I 2 Extreme weather events 1970 2005 24, I 3 Share of different sectors in total anthropogenic.
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