Event Description:

United Nation Climate Change Conference COP23 Fiji was deemed as a Pacific COP. Were the needs of Pacific Islanders addressed this year’s COP? Were the issues of Loss and Damage given their due attention in UNFCCC COP23?

How far will parties go to maintain the momentum of Paris, or the current name “Fiji Momentum of Implementation”? The Paris Agreement “rulebook” is meant to be finalized in the next COP. This will require lots of negotiations (or rather compromising) to sort out a number of issues.

Read about the Malaysian Youth Delegation (MYD) 2017’s journey at the UNFCCC COP23 meeting and COY13 in Bonn, Germany 

COP23 has officially ended, on 7am 18th Nov, with some issues resolved but there are still plenty left to negotiate when delegates reconvene at the next session before COP24 in Poland. Want to know more?

Find out by joining our Post-COP23 Forum. Look forward to our Luncheon and Networking session where we can mingle and eat – two things we can’t say no to.

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Kindly let us have your response by 6th December 2017, so that we can make arrangements. Event space is limited to 100 pax only. Get your tickets below.

We may also be contacted at or (Emily) 017-880 6629.

Event: Post COP23 Forum and Luncheon

Date: 9 Dec 2017 (Saturday)
Time: 11am – 2.30pm
Venue: C-L19-08, KL Trillion, 338 Jalan Tun Razak, 50400 Kuala Lumpur

1. LRT Station Ampang park is 7 minutes away. (
2. Parking is RM10.
3. Name list will be submitted to security guard, collect a card and take an elevator to level 19. Exit elevator, turn right and you will see the venue.


10.30am – Registration
10.45am – Opening Speech
11.00am – Introduction by forum Moderator – Ms. Tina Carmillia, The Business Radio Station (BFM)

– Mr. Jaya Singam Rajoo, Ministry Natural Resources and Environment (NRE)
– Ms. Hilary Chiew, Third World Network (TWN)
– Mr. Syed Syaqil, Malaysian Youth Delegation (MYD)

12.20pm – Open Floor Discussion
1.00pm – Networking Lunch
2.00pm – End



A group of young passionate Malaysians who represent the local youth climate movement at international climate conferences, such as the annual Conference of the Parties (COP), part of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). Dedicated to raising awareness of climate policies amongst Malaysians, the youth are mentored and trained to translate technical policies into more relevant and relatable information for the public. MYD holds speaking engagements with various climate organisations to better understand the current landscape of local and international climate policy. With that, MYD endeavours to hold Malaysian leaders accountable for the promises made at international climate summits.

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