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SustainUS is now accepting applications for the 59th Commission on the Status on Women!

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The Commission on the Status of Women is dedicated to promoting gender equality by identifying challenges and establishing standards for the social, economic, political, and civil rights of women.  Member states and non-government representatives, including the SustainUS delegation, will share and evaluate experiences, lessons, and best practices, as well as identify key goals for further advancement of women.  

SustainUS’s Agents of Change program is now accepting applications to attend the 59th session of the Commission on the Status of Women. Access Application here:    Participants will have the chance to engage in hands-on learning about policymaking at the UN while working with youth from around the world. From crafting effective media strategies and publishing op-eds to developing domestic environmental campaigns and lobbying government officials, the skills that delegates learn are valuable and long-lasting. SustainUS equips its delegates with the capacity to be effective leaders to push for strong sustainable development policies at these conferences and back in their communities.

The session will be held at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City from March 9-20, 2015. Applicants are required to be between the ages of 18 and 26 as of March 2015 and to either (a) be a US citizen or (b) have studied or worked in the US for more than six months. The application deadline is Sunday December 28th, 2014. Apply now!



SustainUS is committed to supporting a diverse movement, a diversity of people and tactics.

If you have any questions, please contact the AoC Coordinators at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .


One Delegate's First Day of COP

Our delegation got a bright and early start for the first day the 20th Conference of Parties (COP20) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). I was especially quick to get out the door because I was fasting from sunrise to sundown as part of the #FastForTheClimate campaign. We were on our way to the shuttle to the conference center by 6:30am. Upon arrival we split up to explore. There’s a space NGOs, a media center building, a space for official country booths, and plenaries, where the meetings that impact all parties take place.

Outdoor cafeteria area at the COP20 conference centerOutdoor cafeteria area at the COP20 conference center

I spent most of my day in the NGO space. At 8am I attended the YOUNGO (Youth NGO) daily meeting. There were several components of this meeting that I really appreciated.

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People Power Will Stop This Pipeline

There is a spirit of pipeline resistance spreading across our continent. Ranchers in Nebraska have united to protect their land from the Keystone XL pipeline, while college kids a thousand miles away pulled together XL Dissent, the largest act of youth civil disobedience since the Civil Rights movement to defend their future. Texas Tar Sands Blockade fiercely resisted pipeline construction to the South and, currently, in British Columbia, First Nations communities have formed an unbroken wall of resistance to bitumen bound for the Pacific. Last month, when police arrested five protesters and dismantled a blockade of Enbridge’s Line 9 pipeline in Innerkip, Ontario, another blockade went up in North York that same day. Climate Justice is our movement, and pipeline resistance is the battle that unites movement frontlines across our continent.


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Stop accepting climate change, get active.

We’ve probably all heard of the Five Stages of Climate Grief. It has its roots in the Five Stages of Grief, and refers to the emotional processing our society uses to cope with climate change.

First you are in denial. You deny that the earth is warming, you deny the severity of climate change, and you deny that current human activities could cause it.

Next, you become angry that corporations and government have allowed for and financed such reckless exploitation, creating climate chaos; or you are angry that environmentalists are demanding that people change their habits and give up their comforts for the polar bears.

Next, you bargain. We trade scientific fact for political gain, trade carbon credits for a few more years of uncontrolled burning, and trade our logical minds for a monopolized media that will tell us that the science isn’t that serious and we will all be ok.

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SustainUS COP20 Delegation Releases Vision and Mission Statements

Our Vision

We strive to demand climate justice for our generation and for those to come. We dream of a future where environmental, social, and economic sustainability go hand in hand, made true by emboldened citizens and leaders who grasp the urgency of the climate crisis, and who rise to meet the occasion. We believe in the creativity, fortitude, and power of people – especially youths – to recast the status quo and rewrite our future."

Our Mission

Through proactive research, outreach, and advocacy – balancing activism and policy engagement – we strive as a COP 20 youth delegation to:

MOTIVATE: Galvanize a sense of generational mission in youths by empowering young people worldwide to become actively engaged in addressing the climate crisis, so that we may serve as a catalyst for positive change.

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