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At COP26 in Glasgow, Panama tried to amplify the voices of a generation that will inherit the climate issue

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For an activist, COP26 could be an opportunity to mock, to dismiss proceedings as “blah blah blah,” as Thunberg did this month. But in the second week of the conference, youth activists held inside the convention center, discussing daily at 5pm and thinking about how to get the message across the system. As an informal alliance without the status of a nation-state, they needed a delegation to be their messenger in the official meeting. Karime Mojica, a 23-year-old environmental scientist with Panama, brought activists and their ideas to Monterrey.

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