Let’s Do It World network was present at the UN Stockholm 50+ international environmental meeting with the session “Youth Perspectives from Paris to Stockholm and Sharm el-Sheikh”, led by the Leader of Let's Do It Egypt, Ahmed Fatay. This event provided a road map for youth till COP 27, and an overview on how Stockholm 50+ can contribute to COP27 through a clear work plan and activities focusing on the 1.5 degree objective as a goal from the Paris Agreement.
The event highlights the opportunities brought by the transition brand aims to act as an inspirational springboard for accelerated actions towards COP27 and beyond. Amongst the attendees were the President of Let’s Do It World Heidi Solba, Minister for Climate and the Environment of Sweden and the Minister of Environment of the Arabic Republic of Egypt, as well as representatives from AFRY, Chatham House, Einride, H&M Group, Hitachi Energy, IKEA, Polestar, Ragn-Sells, Re:NewCell, SSAB, Tetra Pak, UNEP, Volvo Cars and Youth Task Force. In addition to the leader of Let’s Do It Egypt, also Mais Hassan from Let’s Do It Syria, Anneli Ohvril and Ilona Lott from Let’s Do It World HQ were attending.
The work plan progress will be presented through the Swedish or Egyptian Pavilion as a COP 27 side event in Sharm El Sheikh.