COP 26 PARTICIPANTS RECEIVE THEIR RECOGNITIONS
The organizers of the conference on Cop 26 held at the AAUCA receive their respective certificates in the auditorium of this Academic Institution.
After the celebration of the COP 26 event on climate change that took place within the Afro-American University of Central Africa, the organizing committee of this activity, headed by Professor Doctor José, has decided to award certificates to the participants, according to their degree of participation and involvement. The certificates have been divided into five blocks: that of the organizers, followed that of the speakers, panel of students, assistants and translators.
When dealing with climate and environmental change, students at the Afro-American University of Central Africa drafted a statement, in which they pledge to continue to uphold.
It should be noted that COP 26 was the world summit on climate change, an event that brought together more than a hundred Heads of States and several delegations from many countries. The meeting took place in the Scottish city of Glasgow, in the United Kingdom from 6 to 13 November 2021. In such a way that, the AAUCA did not let this hot topic go unnoticed, so, in Based on the issues addressed in Glasgow, they were also involved and held within the university, with different activities, including conferences, panels, among others.
This is the full statement of the AAUCA students:
AAUCA STUDENTS ‘ STATEMENT FOR THE ENVIRONMENT, CLIMATE CHANGE AND SUSTAINABILITY
We, the students of the Afro-American University of Central Africa AAUCA, hereby declare:
After the education we have received during the COP 26 conferences held in the city of Glasgow and in the AAUCA from October 30 to November 13, this year, we propose and commit ourselves to:
AAUCA students having seen and accepted the terms of the declaration signed below