Kyoto Protocol&Youth Intro

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Published on January 5, 2009

Author: SvenAERTS

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Session studying the link between Youth, Peace, Nature and the Kyoto Protocol, Climate Change Adaptation

The role of Youth & Young Adults in the Kyoto Protocol How to travel & have exciting holidays nearly for free, create sustainable jobs, attract financiers, generate business in developing countries, thanks to the “Kyoto Protocol”, & the role of Youth in the Carbon Friendly Economy by CarbonSymphony.org

The role of Youth & Young Adults in the Kyoto Protocol You like travelling, meeting others & inspiring holidays 100% stay is paid for and 75% of the travelling costs ? Then this lecture is for you... Imagine I’d leave you 3 choices: • participate in Evil • stay passive and thus co-responsable to Evil to happen • become an local hero by taking action where others stood passively and inspire others by CarbonSymphony.org

Aim After this presentation, you’ll • In nature, everything is know what’s happening • connected ... how to travel & exciting holidays nearly for free • how to earn money as Youth Trainer • How to earn money as Young Adults • ...thanks to the Kyoto Protocol land & water, air & soil • who you need around the table north & south, east & west • Q&R after 30’ and maybe even more... • Speeddating/Next workshops OK ? by CarbonSymphony.org

What’s happening ? • We’re burning more fossil fuels, emit too many greenhouse gasses. More than the planet can absorb... • so ... OUR planet is heating up ... • The Kyoto Protocol since 2005 • Participating in projects that reduce Greenhouse gasses, earn “CO2- certificates” / CO2eq • Carbon Emission Reduction certificates = CER’s • 1 CER = ±15 € • first world governments & companies HAVE to buy these CO2-certificates Questions: skype SvenAERTS

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As Young Adults: join hands! • Funds for everything .. but we have to go get them • Lectures lectures lectures • Projects that reduce “CO2”/ Greenhouse gases • Planting forests • Changing all light-bulbs in all public buildings (1 million eco- lamps) • Rural development kits (100.000 kits) • All paid for by financiers that need the CO2-certificates • Multi-disciplinary & International • Difficult ? • Then why don’t we do it? Questions: skype SvenAERTS

What’s happening ? • The Kyoto Protocol since 2005 opened up a whole new economy: • new for politicians/jurists • new managers & financiers • new for Go’s & Ngo’s • new for Universities/Inventors • ... sociologists/engineers/... • Few people/parties know how to transfer knowledge & capital to developing countries thanks to the new Carbon Restrained Economy Turning point ... for the first time in the worlds’ history ALL people have come together and share 1 common currency and the currency is called “CO2eq” 1 CO2eq = 15 € by CarbonSymphony.org

How works the Carbon Friendly Economy ? • Eco-lamps • CO2e Today, the electricity consumption is certificates e.g. 100 kWh/day you’re project • and the electricity is produced by gets burning coal/fuel/... resulting in this much CO2e-emissions • You change all light-bulbs in all public CO2e buildings (e.g. 1 million eco-lamps) production • ..so the electricity consumption drops to e.g. 20 kWh/day • ..so at the electricity company, they don’t have to burn an equivalent amount of coal/fuel • ..so an equivalent amount of CO2e is NOT emitted / prevented ... you/the project will get for every ton CO2e prevented 1 CO2e-certificate • which you can sell ... • so ...additional ROI & Risk Reduction by CarbonIsMoney.com by CarbonSymphony.org

Kyoto Protocol Basics CO2e émissions index=100% = année de base 1990 100 - EU = -8% certain secteurs Real World EU 99 - pour 2012 98 - CO2e-emissions 97 - versus 1990 Distance to 96 - -20/30% pr 2020+secteurs 95 - Target Path -60/85% pr 2050+... 94 - 93 - 92 - Trailer 91 - 90 - 89 - 87 - 86 - 85 - 84 - 83 - 82 - 81 - 80 - 79 - ans 2020 1990 2005 2008 2012 77 - commence = fin 76 - le Protocole de Kyoto 1e période 75 - 74 - 73 - 72 - 71 - 70 - Distance au Target Path 69 - = Certificats CO2e qui DOIVENT être acheté ...par les 67 - 66 - gouvernements de pays développés (de manière non- 65 - durables) et leur 40% plus grand compagnies émetteurs de 64 - 63 - CO2e 62 - Penalty = 100 € + inflation rate/ton of CO2equivalents raté 61 - 60 - ... ... ainsi nous ne faisons que cibler ... - estimons ok - un réchauffement / déstabilisation de +2°C ... 15 - ... que nous soyons pardonnés ... africasynergies@hotmail.com & Sven AERTS

Tendances ? Violations AAU/EUA/CER/ERU/VER pre-publications but : survived ! 41 billion € in 2007, 100 billion in 2008, 3000 billion € = 3 trillion € by 2020, and this the turnover of just the CO2e-Certificates, not the investments in the technologies that generate the CO2e-Certificates! africasynergies@hotmail.com & Sven AERTS

The engagements of our Planet ... and the preliminary results ... • Morocco profits from the occasion to put itself on the map: come with all your money ... come put wind-turbines, plant trees, build eco-houses with our job-less population, come install renewable energy installations : biogaz / wind-turbines / photovoltaics ... and enjoy your holidays in our beautiful country without corruption. by CarbonIsMoney.com by CarbonSymphony.org

by CarbonIsMoney.com by CarbonSymphony.org

Climate Change Mitigation • Climate Models anno 2008 can predict the influence of the Global Climate Destabilisation in every region/country • here example for Africa • It is now clear who and how many are going to be killed and why: droughts, food shortage, deseases, fires, slides, ... some will benefit temporarily • Climate Change Adaptation is a polite term for negotiating how much the developed countries will pay for the estimated 1 billion deaths/ heavily affected people • What strategies to alleviate the horrors? ... ainsi nous ne faisons que cibler - estimons ok - un réchauffement / déstabilisation de +2°C ... que nous soyons pardonnés ... africasynergies@hotmail.com & Sven AERTS

Climate Change Mitigation • What strategies to alleviate the horrors? • In European Union a young lady of about 35 (2008) has to come up with strategies and good ideas • The 1 billion that are menaced are represented by a Bangladeshi • Proposal: devote lots of money to set-up international youth exchange networks where youth can get to know each others cultures/life conditions, make friends, learn effective meetings, working over internet, organise, experiment, become world citizens, create own networks, ... so they have usefull skills and effective networks when they take up a role as adults and be effective in Climate Change Mitigation, thus embed peace in society itself • How to take part in international youth trainings on just any topic ... you have a right to your life and hobbies as a youngster ... how you learn, acquire skills doensn’t matter ... ainsi nous ne faisons que cibler - estimons ok - un réchauffement / déstabilisation de +2°C ... que nous soyons pardonnés ... africasynergies@hotmail.com & Sven AERTS

Questions: skype SvenAERTS

Youth & Young Adults as sociological group by CarbonSymphony.org

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Questions: skype SvenAERTS

Questions: skype SvenAERTS

Questions: skype SvenAERTS

Questions: skype SvenAERTS

Questions: skype SvenAERTS

Questions: skype SvenAERTS

Questions: skype SvenAERTS

Questions: skype SvenAERTS

Role of Youth: Fun 4 Climate Adaptation • Adult Policy makers need to expand their departments with young adults ... youngsters that are skilled in: • fast effective meetings • brainstorming, triz, open space, virtual offices, web, problem solving, build common ground, ... • international experience and networks Questions: skype SvenAERTS

What next ? study: http://wonderingmind42.com/ • dramatic times that call for dramatic actions • since adults have DELIBERATELY & CONSCIOUSLY decided upon a catastrophy for all and everything, without consulting the generations they’re deciding upon, • must we not conclude “temporary insanity / inability to govern” and there is no choice but to organise a • big march and youngsters to take over Join “Youth Environment Europe” the UN / Senate / European • www.ecn.cz/yee, the umbrella Comission and Parliament to a. let organisation of all youth their voice be heard and b. maintain environmental/nature the status until a solution be found organisations • in may 1968, youngsters marched for • what ? For free sex ... how does this for coordination, organisation, compare to what is at stake now ? access to competence, infrastructure and money Questions: skype SvenAERTS

What next ? • Learn the international rights of children & youngsters • Rebel, you can get away with it • Sign an agreement with the lecturer • Ask a copy of this workshop • Make teams/capacity building • Go give workshop yourself • Ask a bit of money/entrance fee so you make yourself a little budget • Train others • Join “Youth Environment Europe” • www.ecn.cz/yee, the umbrella organisation of all youth environmental/nature organisations Questions: skype SvenAERTS

Aim After this presentation, you’ll • In nature, everything is know what’s happening • connected ... how to travel & exciting holidays nearly for free • how to earn money as Youth Trainer • How to earn money as Young Adults • ...thanks to the Kyoto Protocol land & water, air & soil • who you need around the table north & south, east & west • Q&R after 30’ and maybe even more... • Speeddating/Next workshops OK ? by CarbonSymphony.org

Thank you After this presentation, you’ll • know what’s happening • know how to create jobs, attract In nature, everything is financiers, develop business and connected ... earn money thanks to the Kyoto Protocol in your region • who you need around the table • Q&R after 30’ • Speeddating/Next workshops land & water, air & soil north & south, east & west Worth your time ? and maybe even more... Next workshop: the CMD/JI “Kyoto” Certification mechanism the CDM/JI preferred country list the CO2 calculator Waste 2 Energy - Cer Parks by CarbonSymphony.org

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