Global Governance student travels to COP22 with UWaterloo delegation

Thursday, November 3, 2016

As world leaders gather in Marrakech, Morocco next week for the 22nd Session of the Conference of Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP22) they will be joined by University of Waterloo students from the Faculties of Arts, Engineering, Environment and Science.

Masroora HaqueGlobal Governance MA candidate Masroora Haque joins four other Waterloo students along with two professors from the Faculty of Environment at COP22. Her current research focuses on climate impacts around the world that have an effect on Canada's foreign policy, trade and development aid. Follow her actions at COP22 on Twitter @Masroora

Environment students have been engaged in the annual climate change conference as delegates and advocates since 2013, but this is the first time the delegation includes students with such a broad range of interests and backgrounds.

“Today’s students are tomorrow’s sustainability leaders,” says Dean of the Faculty of Environment, Jean Andrey. “This event will undoubtedly change the lives of participating students, who are enrolled in programs across four different Faculties; and they in turn will help to engage the University community in addressing the most pressing environmental issue facing humanity.” [...]

Read the full story on the Faculty of Environment site.

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