This Friday 22th April 2016, Rainbow International School will play host to the third International Climate Change Conference for Children (ICCCC).
As World leaders prepare to head for Paris, the future leaders prepare to head to Rainbow International School ahead of the International Children’s Climate Change Conference 2016 organised by Uganda’s Little Hands Go Green. The conference will bring together children of different nationalities discussing and debating theme for this year ‘When Water Slows, Trees Die’.
Other key note speakers include Dr Tom Okia Okurut, Executive Director of National Environment Management Authority of Uganda (NEMA) and Mrs. Drashna Kotecha, the Director of Rainbow International School and Midland Group as well as other many speakers.
The event is being organized by Uganda’s Little Hands Go Green and My Kid is a Superstar in partnership with Vivo Energy Uganda, National Environment Management Authority (NEMA), National Forestry Authority (NFA) and the National Council for Children.
In a related development, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has invited all world leaders to a signing ceremony on 22nd April for the historic climate agreement that was reached in Paris in December last year. The signing event will take place at UN Headquarters in New York on the first day the agreement will be open for signature, which coincides with the observance of International Mother Earth Day, observed in many countries as simply Earth Day.