The workshop will talk about the impact of climate change on terrestrial ecosystems. The main topics to be discussed are: what SDGs 13 and 15 are, the United
The workshop will talk about the impact of climate change on terrestrial ecosystems. The main topics to be discussed are: what SDGs 13 and 15 are, the United Nations Environmental Programme, harmful impacts of climate change on terrestrial ecosystems, such as vulnerable/extinct species, our field experience, and a description of an action campaign organized by MUN Impact, the 100K Deeds Challenge. The aim of the workshop is to discuss different viewpoints on the topic and highlight the idea that all actions count to achieve the 2030 Agenda. There will be interactive questions and polls presented throughout the workshop. At the end of the session, participants will be able to ask questions and take part in a quiz.
My name is Tanisha Saxena and currently, I live in Al Wakra, Qatar, and am from India. I’m 14 years old and will be going into Year 10 soon. I developed my interest in MUN in 2019, and ever since I have attended around 6 conferences, including MSMUNQ 2019. I have been a part of MUN Impact for 8 months, throughout the SDGHubs, 100k deeds challenge, and the GS 3.0 team.
I am Komal Gupta from India pursuing my Bachelor’s in Commerce with Honours from Hansraj College, India. I love to connect with people and listen to their sides of the story. I have been involved with organizations working for SDGs including MUN Impact and began my MUN journey this March.
My name is Luna, a 17-year-old girl from Europe, and in MUNI I’m a diplomat for my region. I’m going to present about climate change which, unfortunately, has a huge impact on everyone’s life. I am always trying my best to share knowledge and action that can help mitigate his effects, in every aspect of our lives, for everyone. Because none of us is safe until all of us are safe!
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