Climate Change is a reality and acknowledged to pose a serious existential threat to our planet and anything that lives. Overwhelming scientific evidence indicates that the situation is growing dire by the day and must be addressed with urgency. It is also true that the youths of today are the world leaders of tomorrow and some regions of the world including developing countries, host the highest youthful populations and the numbers are increasing.
A proposal to have a curriculum on SDG 13 Climate Action and climate change in academic. This will educate our children and youth about climate change and how they support to fight this global crisis.
This Common-Agreed-Program will work within the frame works of UN SDG 13, unfccc guideline, and developed by the Committee on SDG13 who are mostly young parliamentarians.
My Species is a Sustainable Development Goal 13 common agreed program of the fundamental objectives of the World Youth Group. My Species entails promoting and educating our youth on the existential crisis of many species in this world and its relationship with climate change. Each member and organization of the World Youth Group will advocate for an animal, bird, or fish that are in the endangered, critically endangered, near threatened, or least concern category on the WWF and IUCN red list.
'My Animal' or 'My Bird' or 'My Fish', is a CAP that belongs to the SDG-13 of the Fundamental Objective of the Master Plan.
Each member organization of the Master Plan will advocate for one Animal/Bird/Fish, which are in the Endangered, Critically Endangered, Near Threatened, or Least Concern category.