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Home >> A SWUFE Student Attending the United Nations Climate Change Conference
A SWUFE Student Attending the United Nations Climate Change Conference
2009-12-22
The United Nations Climate Change Conference is taking place at the Bella Center in Copenhagen, Denmark, between 7 December and 18 December 2009. Yan Wenjing, one postgraduate student of 2007 from School of Accounting, SWUFE, is attending the summit as a member of the first Chinese youth delegation. She has exhibited the fine spirit feature, good comprehensive quality and high sense of responsibility for the public welfare undertaking and environmental business.
 Chinese youth delegation, which sponsored by CYCAN (China Youth Climate Action Network), is composed of 50 excellent Chinese young people selected by CYCAN with the cooperation and support of Jinqiao Charity, Jane Goodall Institute, World Wide Fund for Nature International, Greenpeace, AISECC, NIKE, Focal Point UNFCCC YOUNGO, Caijing Magazine, etc. Yan Wenjing, a SWUFE student, was selected and invited to attend the conference. As the special correspondent of Chengdu Business Daily, she will attend the COP15 conference with the world leaders and report it. She will also meet the national leaders, experts on environmental domain and those who have made outstanding contribution on environmental protection. Meanwhile, she will take part in the activities about the UN Youth Association and "Our Shared Future", and receive the training conducted by the United Nations.
 Yan Wenjing said Chinese youth delegation representing the Chinese young people who have the ambition to devote themselves to the environmental business will express Chinese mien in the summit. At the same time, they will tell the whole world that Chinese youth have perseverance, determination and capability to establish a clean, green and beautiful future with the others who love our earth.
 Premier of the State Council Wen Jiabao, American president Barack Obama and another more than 100 world leaders will attend this summit. In the meantime, about 5000 journalists from different countries has arrived in Copenhagen to report the summit, and the number of experts and representative of non-governmental organizations from all over the world is more than 15 thousand.
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