The President of COP 15 and rising stars Alien Beat Club close
Children’s Climate Forum

Friday, December 4th 15:00-16:30 in Copenhagen City Hall

This Friday 164 young Climate Ambassadors – children from 44
countries – will present their  Climate Declaration to the
president of COP 15 Ms. Connie Hedegaard. It marks the ending of the
Children’s Climate Forum.

Ms. Hedegaard, the newly appointed European Commissioner in
charge of climate issues, is expected to present the Children’s Climate
Declaration to world leaders at COP 15.

This part of the closing ceremony will be followed by Danish
band Alien Beat Club performing the forum anthem "It’s My World"
together with the 164 climate ambassadors. The song was written especially for
the Children’s Climate Forum by Danish artist Remee.

Finally, the young Climate Ambassadors will host a
press conference to report back on their achievements and follow-up action
in their respective countries.

Programme for the Closing Session:

  • Introductions by the City of Copenhagen and UNICEF
  •  Presentation of declaration by The Climate Ambassadors and
    handover to Ms. Connie Hedegaard
  • Remarks by Ms. Connie Hedegaard
  •  Alien Beat Club and the Climate Ambassadors perform the anthem
    "It’s My World"
  • Press conference hosted by the Climate Ambassadors 


About the Children’s
Climate Forum

The official Children’s Climate Forum is
organized by UNICEF and the City of Copenhagen in the week leading up to the
intergovernmental negotiations on climate change (COP 15). The Climate
Ambassadors have prepared for the forum by taking part in local-level
fact-gathering, workshops and/or negotiations around climate change. During the
forum, the delegates engaged in skill-building sessions and drafted a
declaration. They discussed how they engage at local and national levels when
they return home. A small group of the delegates will stay on to participate in
the first week of COP15 to engage with negotiators. 
More information on 

For more information and press accreditation, please contact:

Karin Aaen, UNICEF Denmark, tlf. 0045 25 39 60 99, 

Uffe Lembo, Københavns Kommune, tlf. 0045 28 11 19 29,

With best regards, 

The Municipality of Copenhagen and the Danish National Committee for UNICEF