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International Youth Climate Forum 2010 Application Form (deadline September 25th, 2010)

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      IYCF 2010 Application Form (deadline September 25th, 2010)

      International Youth Climate Forum 2010 Be The Change “Better Earth Through You and Me” October 23rd-29th, 2010 Makassar, South Sulawesi-Indonesia Email: iycf2010@...What is IYCF 2010? The International Youth Climate Forum is a space for 150 talented youth from around the world to share their experiences, thought, awareness and understanding on climate change, and to work for a brighter and greener future.What is the aim? The event aims to give youngsters a voice on climate change, to improve understanding and inspire action to fight global warming.What is the theme? Theme : Be the Change “A Better Earth through You and Me”When it will be held? The Forum would be held on October 23th – 29th, 2010 in South Sulawesi, Indonesia.What are the programs? The agendas are Conference, Islands and Tropical Forest Expedition, Plenary Session, Public Youth Dialog, Focus Group Discussion, Workshop, Green Campaign, Tourism and Cultural Visit.Where it will be take place? We will have three places for the venues 1. Hasanuddin University Hasanuddin University is one of the biggest stated-owned universities in Indonesia, based in Makassar, the capital of South Sulawesi province. The university was established in 1956, named after Sultan Hasanuddin, a King of Gowa Kingdom.2. Bengo-Bengo Forest Bengo-Bengo forest is situated in Cenrana District of Maros Regence, South Sulawesi. The Forest is pine forest in 1300 Ha that has been preserved by Hasanuddin University as Education tropical forest with some species of animals lived in the forest such as white monkey, ancient butterfly, etc.3.Takabonerate Island Takabonerate national park is located in the west part of Selayar Regency of South Sulawesi which consists of small islands such as Rajuni Island and Tinabo Island as the main island. The island is the third biggest of coral reef in the Coral Triangle of the world with abundant of fishes, species of coral reefs and sea grass. The large of the islands is approximately 220.000 hectare and 500 km² of coral reefs lines.How to register & participate? All participants must fill in the attached application form and submit it to the organizing committee. The registration will be open in three groups of period: • First Group: 12th August – 1St September 2010 • Second Group: 2nd September - 25th September 2010 • Third Group: 25th September - 10 October 2010How much is the donation fee? Participant donation fee is USD$ 350 per person that will cover for your accommodations, meals, local transportation arrangement, field trip tickets, certificate and forum kits.Limited Scholarship Very limited scholarship for reducing participant donation fee is available for certain candidate participants. You could apply by sending us thge description of your past & current action projects on environmental issues with pictures inside, include write short essays on 1. Why we should support you? and 2. How much you can contribute for the donation fee. All applications must be submitted by email to International Youth climate Forum 2010 Coordinator: iycf2010@...Thank you. Best regards,IYCF 2010 Organizing Committee


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