My name is Johnathan Sealey. I am an 18-year-old student at Queen’s Royal College Trinidad and Tobago. I am currently in Upper 6th form studying Biology, Chemistry and Sociology, with a goal of becoming a Marine Biologist in the future. My interests and hobbies include swimming, fishing, rabbit breeding and agriculture, all of which are negatively affected by climate change.
I have been a member of the UNESCO club since I was in 4th form and a member of the QRC Environmental Club. I chose to be a member of these clubs because of my great interest in environmental conservation and history. I believe that it is important to protect and preserve our land, air, and oceans because these support our very existence. Nature cannot heal our planet without our active participation in environmental conservation. We need to act now to make this a better world.
As a school prefect and through my participation in these clubs, I worked on projects and attended online meetings with schools from Canada and Denmark over ZOOM. Schools that are also part of the UNESCO initiative; I have been selected as one of the two students from Trinidad and Tobago to attend the COP28 environmental summit in Dubai “Decarbonize Student Leadership Summit” later this year.
I am looking forward to not only representing my school but also my country at the Conference of Youth (COY18) taking place during the 28th session of the Conference of the Parties (COP 28) the 28th United Nations Climate Change Conference, held from November 30 until December 12, 2023, at the Expo City, Dubai.
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