The second Youth Climate Conference was held in Ashgabat, bringing together students, eco-activists and volunteers, representatives of the academic and diplomatic communities.
The forum was held in a hybrid format, which made it possible to attract not only young leaders from different regions of the country, but also well-known international experts: from the envoy of the UN Secretary General to scientists dealing with climate change, as well as representatives of the COP27 chairing group - the UN Climate Change Conference, which will be held from November 6 to 18, 2022 in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt.
Recently, the opinions and views of young people have been playing an increasingly important role in shaping the action plan on the climate agenda. At today's conference, young activists shared interesting and bold ideas for developing new proposals to reduce the consequences of the global climate crisis.
At the end of the forum, the results of the work were summarized, creative and innovative approaches to the problem under discussion were formulated and the official statement of the 2nd Youth Conference on Climate Change in Turkmenistan was announced.