During the Education Thematic Day at the COP 22, November 14th, the representatives of the Young Reporters for the Environment (JRE) launched a Youth Appeal. This appeal read by Aicha Oujidi JRE from Morocco and Melvin Lie Morris JRE from Kenya contains nine recommendations discussed and agreed by JREs from 11 different countries (Morocco, Kenya, Ghana, South Africa, Uganda, Tanzania, Portugal, Canada, Romania, Kazakhstan and Malta), which the Foundation held on 13 and 14 November in Marrakech on the theme of reducing the ecological footprint. One of the nine recommendations was retained by YONGO, which committed to bringing it up to the UNFCCC level.
Litter Less Campaign Meeting is happening now. We are discussing goals and changes for Year 3. #LLC #NOM17 #YRE #Guimarães #FEE pic.twitter.com/O13OR4sQB1
— Young Reporters Int (@YREInt) 16 febbraio 2017
Piloted by the Mohammed VI Foundation for the Protection of the Environment, the Young Reporters for Environment (JRE) is present in 30 countries belonging to the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) In Morocco participated 22,000 high school students, 174 of which were prize-winners in the national competition and 24 in the international competition. These pupils were accompanied by 8300 supervisors.