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COP27: This is what young climate leaders said

Global youth called upon business leaders and policymakers to address the climate crisis at COP27. Image: REUTERS/Emilie Madi

Timothy Conley

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Archana Soreng, Member of United Nations Secretary General's Youth Advisory Group on Climate Change
Archana Soreng, Member of United Nations Secretary General's Youth Advisory Group on Climate Change, at COP27.
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Kirils Holstovs, Engineer, AECOM, and Youth4Climate Delegate
Kirils Holstovs, Engineer, AECOM, and Youth4Climate Delegate at COP27.
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Margaret Bondziedu Impraim, Environment and Climate Change Officer for United Youth Initiative Africa, at COP27.
Margaret Bondziedu Impraim, Capacity Building and Education Officer for Youth Climate Council Ghana
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Nisreen Elsaim, Chair of UN Secretary General's Youth Advisory Group on Climate Change
Nisreen Elsaim, Chair of UN Secretary General's Youth Advisory Group on Climate Change, at COP27.
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Pamela Costa, Member, UN Secretary General's Youth Advisory Group on Climate
Pamela Costa, Member, UN Secretary General's Youth Advisory Group on Climate, at COP27.
Lana Weidgenant, Campaigns and Policy Manager, ProVeg International, and Contact Point of Agriculture Working Group, UNFCCC Youth Constituency
Lana Weidgenant, Contact Point of Agriculture Working Group, UNFCCC Youth Constituency, at COP27.
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