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World Leadership Conference 2011: Asia-Pacific towards Rio+20 now open for registration!

March 8, 2011

The World Leadership Conference 2011 is a platform for youth all over Asia Pacific to come together to learn, voice out and take action to move towards a green sustainable future for Planet Earth.

If you would like to register in the policy or knowledge track, please click here.

If you’d like to volunteer to help plan, organize and execute the WLC 2011, click here!

If you are unable to attend or help out, you can still remain involved with the WLC 2011! Webinars are being held every Sunday at 0800 GMT. This week (13th March at 1600 Singapore Time), we have Jangustav Strandenaes and Michaela Hogenboom speaking on ‘What is the Green Economy?’.

Jan Gustav Strandenaes is senior advisor for the Northern Alliance for Sustainability (ANPED) and served as chairperson for the ‘Role of Stakeholders in a new Summit’ at the UN Convention on Sustainable Development Youth Caucus’ Rio+20 conference held on May 15th in New York. The conference was organized by Felix Dodds.

Mr. Jan Gustav Strandenaes

Michaela Hogenboom is the co-founder/vice chair at Rio+Twenties, process coordinator sustainability at Hogeschool van Arnhem en Nijmegen and a youth representative on Sustainable Development to the United Nations of the Dutch National Youth Council.

Ms. Michaela Hogenboom

Don’t miss out on the chance to listen to what these two distinguished speakers have to say about the green economy! To access the webinars, sign up with us on this spreadsheet and you’ll receive an email prior to the webinar with the necessary instructions to follow! So don’t miss out on this wonderful opportunity to do your part as a concerned global citizen and a chance to listen to some top experts and activists dealing with climate change. 🙂

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