LCOY Canada is a conference for youth ages 15-35 to participate in keynote speeches, workshops, presentations, and panel discussions surrounding the themes of each year. By attending the conference youth will be able to voice the future you want to live in and it will be shared directly with the United Nations. We are inviting all youth (ages 15-35) and youth entities to come to LCOY Canada to listen, learn, and have a voice in their future.
The focus of LCOY Canada is to engage Canadian youth (ages 15 - 35) and youth organizations about climate change in Canada. Not even everyone speaking or presenting at LCOY Canada 2023 is a youth, because the focus of LCOY Canada is truly youth engagement, learning, and climate action. Being a youth or not ,is less relevant when it comes to engaging youth for a more sustainable and just Canadian future. If you aren't a youth, you are still welcome to attend and support the participation, learning, and climate action of Canadian youth at LCOY Canada 2023.
The Asia Forest Research Centre is a cross-departmental entity within the Faculty of Forestry, with the ability to promote regionally specific research to enhance forestry practices and knowledge in Asia. Seeking to enhance the research capacity at UBC, the Centre facilitates forestry research by both domestic and international students and scholars. A comprehensive network involving scientists, policymakers, practitioners, and other stakeholders will be extended by research and support conducted at the AFRC and will further advance Asian forestry research.
Human and Nature Youth Club is focused on providing educational and fun programs for youth, with an emphasis on developing their naturalistic intelligence and social responsibility. We are focused on empowering the next generation of leaders to develop a life-long drive for environmental activism.