Yaquemilsa Fredelinda Matiashi Vicente (25) from Peru is an environmental engineering student, an indigenous environmental activist, a member of Fridays for Future Peru, and president of the Association of Young Indigenous and Amazonian Settlers of the Megantoni. Here, she writes about the project BB4CA, which she was part of. The project brought together young climate experts from Latin America, the Caribbean and Europe. It was financially supported by the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety and it is legally carried by the German Youth NGO Klimadelegation e.V.
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