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Contents

Name der Initiative

  • Plan for the Planet
  • Global Youth Forum
  • 2° Intergenerational Emergency Committee
  • Global Youth Contract
  • Our Future!
  • Plan for a safe Planet

Fragen

  • Kinder/Jugendlichen entscheiden, sitzen auf dem Fahrersitz und haben den Prozess in Händen. Die Experten sind Berater. - Stimmt das so?
  • Sind im Prozess und Ergebnis die Regionen und Kulturen repräsentiert? wo und wie kommt traditionelles (non-western) Wissen rein?
  • Ist der Plan ein Plan oder nur eine Sammlung von Meinungen? ist er wissenschaftlich abgesegnet?
  • Wie motivieren und binden wir die Jugendlichen ein? (die richtigen, in ausreichender Zahl)

Prozess

Task Force bilden ("Intergenerational Study Team")

  • regelmäßige Treffen (Mitglieder: Global Board members, Frithjof, Kjell, SEAB-Experten, Kinder, Jugendliche)
  • Motivation: self-starters
  • Ziel: existierende Ideen finden
  • Jugendorganisationen Stufe A - direkt ansprechen, Integration zusammen planen
  • Global Board Meetings für regelmäßige Rückmeldung

Bestehende Pläne aufarbeiten

  • Literatur verdauen: bestehende Vorschläge und Antworten der Institute durchackern und aufbereiten
  • ihre Erfolgs-/Misserfolgsgeschichten rausfinden durch direkte Interaktion mit Autoren, z.B.: Tom Athanasiou (Greenhouse Development Rights), Yoshi Nishimura (Global Upstream Carbon Market), Gerry Wolff (Kyoto2), Jorgen Randers&Paul Gilding (One Degree War Plan), um von ihnen zu lernen, gute Ideen abzukupfern und Fehler nicht zu wiederholen.
  1. Earth Charter - http://www.earthcharterinaction.org/content/pages/Read-the-Charter.html
  2. Rio Declaration on Environment and Development - http://www.unep.org/Documents.Multilingual/Default.asp?documentid=78&articleid=1163
  3. Agenda 21 - http://www.unep.org/Documents.Multilingual/Default.asp?documentid=52
  4. One Planet Living- 10 principles: http://www.oneplanetliving.net/what-is-one-planet-living/the-ten-principles/
  5. People's Agreement of Cochabamba - http://pwccc.wordpress.com/2010/04/24/peoples-agreement/
  6. Lester Brown Plan B 2.0
  7. MDGs
  8. Cochabamba Agreement
  9. YOUNGO-Positionen
  10. World Future Council's Global Policy Action Plan
  11. Greenhouse Development Rights
  12. Global Upstream Carbon Market
  13. Kyoto2
  14. One Degree War Plan
  15. Contraction & Convergence
  16. Cooperative Decarbonization

see also: Climate Proposals

3-Point-Plan to Save Our Future

  • Process: Because the adults are not solving the climate crisis and other environmental problems, children at several of UNEP's Tunza conferences answered the question what they would do to save the planet if they were the government. In early 2011, Felix Finkbeiner (the founder of Plant-for-the-Planet) and his father Frithjof analized the outcomes of those consultations and condensed them into the 3 Point Plan.
  • Content: Point 1: Plant a trillion trees. Every person should plant 150 trees. Between the whole global population this will be 1 trillion in total. Point 2: Carbon into the museum until 2050. The transition from fossil fuels to 100% renewable energy must be achieved globally until 2050. The remaining oil, gas and coal will be left in the ground. Point 3: Climate Justice. Similar to the budget approach (see above), the right to emit CO2 is shared equally between all people on the planet. The countries that have more CO2 certificates than they need at the moment (Africa, India) can decide if they want to follow what we call "development" today, like having more cars, roads, gas stations, supermarkets, fossil fuel power plants, etc. They would need their certificates then. But they can also sell them and use the money for building more schools, hospitals, renewable energy etc. anything that doesn't emit CO2. The rich countries (like the USA or the Europeans) could buy some of the CO2 certificates from the poorer countries in the second case.
  • Impact: The children of Plant-for-the-Planet wrote a letter to 130 presidents, explaining the 3 Point Plan and asking if presidents agree or if they have a better plan to save our future from the climate crisis. They gave the letters directly to the Embassies in Berlin, the capital of Germany. Only 15 replies came back and only 5 replies were from the presidents themselves. None of the replies answered the question.

WBGU Budget Approach

  • Process: The scientific advisors to the German government (in a council called WBGU) prepared this proposal on how to solve the climate crisis for the German government in 2009, before the big climate conference in Copenhagen.
  • Content: All governments first decide what the global "budget" of CO2 emissions is that can still be emitted. Then each country gets their share, one per person. Countries can then decide what they want to do with it, for example keep driving cars or use public transport. Burn oil for electricity or use renewable energy, keep using lots of factories or have less of them, maintain big supermarkets or have smaller shops.
  • Impact: The countries that don't emit much (like African countries) like the budget approach, but the United States which emit 20 tons per person, don't like it because they could only continue the way they live now without changes for 5-10 years and would then have to stop emitting completely. But they don't want to do that. Other countries (like the Africans) think that it doesn't make sense to ask for the Budget Approach if the US are against it.

Transition Treaty

Peoples Sustainability Treaty on Transitioning to A Zero Fossil Fuel World

  • Process: In 1992 at the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, governments made treaties about how to save the planet: Agenda 21, the Rio Declaration and the Climate Convention (among others), but they didn't keep the promises made in those treaties. That is why before the Rio+20 conference (20 years later, in the same place, on the same topic) people from organizations said that the people should not wait for the governments to solve the problems, we should make our own treaties: Peoples' Sustainability Treaties to solve the problems. Everyone was invited to say what the most important problem to solve is. We were asked to bring together a group of people from all continents who write the treaty together. So between 5-10 people we worked together over the internet and wrote the treaty.
  • Content: In our group we said that the most important problem is the climate crisis and that we must stop to burn fossil fuels and "transition" to 100% renewable energy. That's why our treaty is called the "Transition Treaty". The Transition Treaty says how this could be done and what everyone (governments, organizations, businesses, individuals, etc.) can do to contribute. It has a rough plan of steps to follow. Those who sign the treaty must commit to some specific action that helps achieve the transition.
  • Impact: The Transition Treaty was signed by about 10 individual persons and was put up on a website that has very little visitors. There was a public event to present it in Rio de Janeiro in June 2012, but almost nobody came. Today the Transition Treaty is almost forgotten, because none of the people who wrote the plan has spent much energy promoting it.

Knackpunkte finden und einfach erklären

  • per Analyse rausfinden
  • komplizierte Themen vereinfachen - Experten müssen die Fragen runterbrechen und erklären! (andersrum geht es nicht)
  • an Kinder erklären

Brainstorming

  • um Input bitten, wie man die Situation lösen könnte
  • Kinder geeignet, neue Lösungen zu finden, neue Ideen generieren
  • sehr kreativ und unkonventionell sein, so wie die Kinder oft sind! (Jugendorganisationen in YOUNGO größtenteils schon Spontaneität und Kreativität "verdorben")
  • innovative Vorschläge, die mit dem aktuellen Mindset so wenig konfligiert, dass er schnell breite Unterstützung gewinnt

Ideen zu Plan kombinieren

  • existierende & neue Ideen sinnvoll kombinieren - zusammen wird daraus ein Plan (z.B. 10 point plan)
  • Transition-Treaty-Editierungsprozess
  • hier kann "Korallenriffe/Grönland statt 2°" rein

Evaluation der Optionen

Plan/Handlungsoptionen aus wissenschaftlicher Sicht evaluieren

Synergie-Events

  • Motivation: Teil des Programms
  • Ziel: ownership und Identifikation aller Mitwirkenden schaffen, Konsens für Plan finden, outcomes verbreiten
  • Jugendorganisationen Stufe B - Rundmail

Reiterations

  • after each Synergie-Events nochmal: Knackpunkte-Brainstorming-Plan-Evaluation
  • alles wird sauber online dokumentiert
  • build-up bis zur Globalen Konferenz auf den Malediven

Global Conference

  • Präsenzkonferenz to bring together results
  • Motivation: Ausschreibung
  • z.B. auf den Malediven - Partner: Maldives Youth Climate Coalition
  • neue Initiativen, die dieses Mindset nutzen, säen, bei allen Beteiligten (d.h. zentral und dezentral)
  • ownership und Identifikation aller Mitwirkenden schaffen
  • hier kommt 100%-Ziel + structural change (z.B. Kinderboard) rein

Delegationsreisen

  • Youth and children go talk to governments in many countries (decentralized)
  • Motivation: Existing ownership
  • Delegationsreisen vorbereiten - host an event
  • Plan kommunizieren
  • neue Initiativen, die dieses Mindset nutzen, säen, bei allen Beteiligten (d.h. zentral und dezentral)
  • ownership und Identifikation aller Mitwirkenden verstärken

Follow-up/Implementation

  • Von vornherein sind wir auf Ablehnung bzw. schleppendes Vorwärtskommen eingestellt
  • nutzen Ablehnung für unsere Zwecke (wie?)
  • Plan kommunizieren
  • neue Initiativen, die dieses Mindset nutzen, säen, bei allen Beteiligten (d.h. zentral und dezentral)

Necessary Infrastructure

Koordinationsbüro

  • Rekrutierung der Taskforce-Mitglieder
  • Koordination der Taskforce-Meetings
  • Instituten hinterhertelefonieren
  • Inhaltlichen Input aufbereiten
  • Korrespondenz mit Synergie-Event-Organisatoren
  • Konferenz organisieren

Website

  • Teilnehmer vorstellen
  • Timeline
  • Prozess und Outcomes dokumentieren

Funding

  • Büro/Mitarbeiter
  • Website
  • Konferenz

Possible Partners

"offizielle" Partner (bei UN oder irgendeiner Regierung)-->legitime und zentrale Institution der jungen Generation

UN:

  • UNICEF
  • UN Youth Office
  • UN High Commisioners on Human Rights, Right to Food, Refugees
  • IPCC

NGO:

  • 350.org
  • Climate Justice Now members
  • am stärksten Betroffenen sind Armen in Ländern, die schon heute (oder gestern) von den Klimawandel-Folgen heimgesucht werden - wären natürliche Partner
  • Kids vs. Global Warming

Institute

  • Post Carbon Institute
  • ETC Group
  • Indigenous Environmental Network
  • PIK
  • NEF
  • Climate Analytics
  • think tanks auch?
  • proposal authors: WBGU, Tom Athanasiou, Yoshi Nishimura, Gerry Wolff (Kyoto2), Jorgen Randers&Paul Gilding
  • look for geographical balance!
  • look for non-Academic knowledge!
  • China experts - wer? (z.B. NDRC)
  • Bolivia experts
  • AOSIS, LDC experts
  • BASIC experts

Kandidaten Senior Advisory Board

Vorschläge an FF und Gerhard:

  • David Suzuki, Soumya Dutta, Vandana Shiva, Lester Brown, Sulak Sivaraksa, Dalai Lama, Mihail Gorbachov, Pablo Solon, Patrick Bond, John Wiseman, David Holmgren, Gunter Pauli, Christiana Figueres
  • ask Geseko von Lüpke, Böll-Stiftung (Joburg Memo), Right Livelihood Award winners
  • more women!!!
  • gibt es schon ein ähnliches Board? (z.B. World Future Council)

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