The Young Leaders in Climate Action event has been organised by the EU Delegation and its Member States embassies for students aged 14 to 18. The climate diplomacy week aims to raise awareness about ambitious global action, particularly the need to quickly implement the Paris climate agreement. The EU and its Member States played a central role in the global agreement in Paris to limit the rise of average global temperatures to well below two degrees celsius.
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Wednesday, 14 September, 2016; Dar es Salaam: Yesterday, on the occasion of the European Climate Diplomacy Week (12-18 September), the Delegation of the European Union, the Embassy of France and the Embassy of Germany hosted a public screening of the award-winning documentary Demain/Tomorrow (Kesho), at the Goethe-Institut. The Minister of State, Vice President’s Office, Union and Environment, Hon. January Makamba, took part in the event together with the French Ambassador, H.E Mrs Malika Berak, the German Chargé d’Affaires, Mr John Reyels and the EU Chargé d’Affaires, Ms Luana Reale.
"Europe must invest strongly in its youth, in its jobseekers, in its start-ups. The EUR 315 billion Investment Plan for Europe has already raised EUR 116 billion in investments in its first year of operation. And now we are going to take it global." – President Juncker, State of the Union 2016