Georgetown students and faculty highlight the importance of regional and youth voices at COP28

Georgetown University in Qatar (GU-Q) successfully concluded its multifaceted engagement
at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP28), where faculty and students
contributed to the global discussions.

GU-Q students were recognized as innovative thinkers and problem solvers throughout
COP28. Rania Harrara (GU-Q’25) was a Greenpeace MENA delegate, serving on the MENA
Feminist Task Force, and co-authoring the MENA Feminist Demands, while Mohammed
Usrof (GU-Q’25) participated as an International Youth Climate Delegate representing
Palestine for the UAE COP28 Presidency's program, the IYCDP. He also represented
YOUNGO, the official youth constituency of the UN Framework Convention on Climate
Change (UNFCCC), during the Joint Opening Plenary.

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