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Climate Focus at the Youth Conference this week

This week, more attention will be paid to the climate at the Youth Folkemøde 2019 Youth Festival in Valbyparken. KLIMANYT asked Peter Klaaborg, news manager of Ungdommens Folkemøde, what climate enthusiasts can experience from green activities and the impact of festivals on ensuring sustainability and carbon dioxide footprint.

What debates and events about climate, nature and the environment can young people Folkemøde hold? “First of all, we have two major events with climate as the primary theme. On the big stage, on Friday, we debated with the Youth Climate Committee on how we transformed from activism to concrete political initiatives. In addition, together with GRO SELV in Hemmelig Scene On the same day of the seminar, we conducted climate discussions all the way to the daily level and discussed how to minimize the details to how to make our daily lives greener. So far, the 2019 youth Folkemøde speakers have pointed out 34 events Among them, climate and sustainability are the primary themes, and many of Ølkassen’s speakers also talk about climate-related topics in the form of politicians, experts and young people.

Are you doing anything to achieve the UN’s world goals?

“We usually try to minimize the climate footprint. First, we are committed to reducing the use of electricity, paper and printing. This applies not only to the daily activities of the Youth Bureau, but also to the festival itself, where we also carry out waste separation. We do All stall owners provide guidelines on electricity, paper and printing, and waste sorting. We are also trying to use electricity instead of gasoline to minimize the climate footprint of the festival, and we are also working to deliver excess food to, for example, food warehouses and heating rooms . However, this is a project still in the pipeline.Will you feel more and more interested in climate-related topics?

“In general, the proportion of events related to climate and sustainability is higher than last year. A large number of our volunteers have helped arrange young Folkemøde, and they are also very concerned about these topics. In the daily operation of the Youth Bureau and the Youth National Assembly This is expressed in the content, where climate, environment and sustainability are very important themes. In this way, it can be said that climate-related issues are usually at the top of the agenda.“.If you want to highlight three things young people only need to see, which ones would you recommend?

Facts about the youth meetingThe festival is held on 5.-6. The two days in Valbyparken in September are 9.00-16.00. It is free to participate, no registration is required, and the festival is held in an area called Gryden. Enter Baiyang Alley from the entrance of Valbyparken, where you will be taken directly to the festival area. For motorists, you can enter via Tusmindevej (Gryden is at the end of the road). About 250 volunteers helped organize the youth conference. The festival provided more than 100 workshops distributed in 80 booths and held more than 500 events in total. The plan is divided into four phases: large phase, small phase, secret phase and beer box. The festival site is friendly to the disabled, alcohol-free and open to everyone. Source: Young People’s Conference

“I want to emphasize our two events as mentioned above, each of which explores sustainability from two different perspectives. The Youth Climate Council focuses on what we can do politically to create a more climate from above. A friendly society, and GRO SELV will talk about the ways in which we, as consumers, can lead a more sustainable life in our daily lives. In addition, the stall owner also provides many exciting activities, such as recommending the Danish Cultural Institute (Danish Cultural Institute). Institute), which is responsible for cooking, focusing on sustainable dishes that combine Danish and Indian cuisine. The Ministry of Agriculture and Food also discussed sustainability and how to live a zero-waste life. (Sara Bro) held an event where Sara Bro must work with young people and politicians to save the climate.

Do you have organic food and a sustainable diet? What services do you provide for people of insight?

“The food we sell on the festival site and the food used for in-house catering is not organic, but in return, most of them are vegetarians and vegetarians, so it’s good for the climate. As for the private restaurants on the festival site, we don’t We control the sale of food, but we encourage them to choose vegetarian food. The idea that we are working hard for next year’s music festival is that the food on the square must be made by production schools and professional chefs. They will work together to create a sustainable menu that will constitute Some exciting examples of what sustainable kitchens will provide in the future. The ambition of youth agencies is to help ensure that young people have a voice and influence in public and political debates and young people’s local environment. This is done by targeting young people ( The most important participants) activities, seminars, analysis, books and teaching. Read more and check out the 2019 youth Folkemøde show

This week, more attention will be paid to the climate at the Youth Folkemøde 2019 Youth Festival in Valbyparken. KLIMANYT asked Peter Klaaborg, news manager of Ungdommens Folkemøde, what climate enthusiasts can experience from green activities and the impact of festivals on ensuring sustainability and carbon dioxide footprint.

What debates and events about climate, nature and the environment can young people Folkemøde hold? “First of all, we have two major events with climate as the primary theme. On the big stage, on Friday, we debated with the Youth Climate Committee on how we transformed from activism to concrete political initiatives. In addition, together with GRO SELV in Hemmelig Scene On the same day of the seminar, we conducted climate discussions all the way to the daily level and discussed how to minimize the details to how to make our daily lives greener. So far, the 2019 youth Folkemøde speakers have pointed out 34 events Among them, climate and sustainability are the primary themes, and many of Ølkassen’s speakers also talk about climate-related topics in the form of politicians, experts and young people.

Are you doing anything to achieve the UN’s world goals?

“We usually try to minimize the climate footprint. First, we are committed to reducing the use of electricity, paper and printing. This applies not only to the daily activities of the Youth Bureau, but also to the festival itself, where we also carry out waste separation. We do All stall owners provide guidelines on electricity, paper and printing, and waste sorting. We are also trying to use electricity instead of gasoline to minimize the climate footprint of the festival, and we are also working to deliver excess food to, for example, food warehouses and heating rooms . However, this is a project still in the pipeline.Will you feel more and more interested in climate-related topics?

“In general, the proportion of events related to climate and sustainability is higher than last year. A large number of our volunteers have helped arrange young Folkemøde, and they are also very concerned about these topics. In the daily operation of the Youth Bureau and the Youth National Assembly This is expressed in the content, where climate, environment and sustainability are very important themes. In this way, it can be said that climate-related issues are usually at the top of the agenda.“.If you want to highlight three things young people only need to see, which ones would you recommend?

Facts about the youth meetingThe festival is held on 5.-6. The two days in Valbyparken in September are 9.00-16.00. It is free to participate, no registration is required, and the festival is held in an area called Gryden. Enter Baiyang Alley from the entrance of Valbyparken, where you will be taken directly to the festival area. For motorists, you can enter via Tusmindevej (Gryden is at the end of the road). About 250 volunteers helped organize the youth conference. The festival provided more than 100 workshops distributed in 80 booths and held more than 500 events in total. The plan is divided into four phases: large phase, small phase, secret phase and beer box. The festival site is friendly to the disabled, alcohol-free and open to everyone. Source: Young People’s Conference

“I want to emphasize our two events as mentioned above, each of which explores sustainability from two different perspectives. The Youth Climate Council focuses on what we can do politically to create a more climate from above. A friendly society, and GRO SELV will talk about the ways in which we, as consumers, can lead a more sustainable life in our daily lives. In addition, the stall owner also provides many exciting activities, such as recommending the Danish Cultural Institute (Danish Cultural Institute). Institute), which is responsible for cooking, focusing on sustainable dishes that combine Danish and Indian cuisine. The Ministry of Agriculture and Food also discussed sustainability and how to live a zero-waste life. (Sara Bro) held an event where Sara Bro must work with young people and politicians to save the climate.

Do you have organic food and a sustainable diet? What services do you provide for people of insight?

“The food we sell on the festival site and the food used for in-house catering is not organic, but in return, most of them are vegetarians and vegetarians, so it’s good for the climate. As for the private restaurants on the festival site, we don’t We control the sale of food, but we encourage them to choose vegetarian food. The idea that we are working hard for next year’s music festival is that the food on the square must be made by production schools and professional chefs. They will work together to create a sustainable menu that will constitute Some exciting examples of what sustainable kitchens will provide in the future. The ambition of youth agencies is to help ensure that young people have a voice and influence in public and political debates and young people’s local environment. This is done by targeting young people ( The most important participants) activities, seminars, analysis, books and teaching. Read more and check out the 2019 youth Folkemøde show