The Climate Change Delegation Crimson Tour is an educational experience enabling students to be immersed in a stimulating learning environment alongside other like-minded students from across the globe. This tour offers students the chance to take a seat at the annual Conference of Youth running parallel with the UN Climate Change Conference. This event allows students to meet experts in the field of climate change and hear from leading diplomats based at world headquarters as you develop yourself as a global change-maker. This experience also includes exclusive visits to the United Nations Headquarters in Geneva to learn more about how the Sustainable Development Goals will be achieved,
and see the future of renewable energy at the Crystal Sustainability City to learn how to develop your own solar-powered energy source.
You will take in a historical and cultural experience by visiting places that have had significant impact on the world in terms of pioneering a sustainable future. You will be able to go behind the scenes at some of the top universities in the world to gain an insight into campus life and to explore the possibilities for your own future. This includes Imperial College London, University College London, London School of Economics, University of Oxford, University of Cambridge, and École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne. Overall, the event will boost your knowledge, skill-sets and networking as part of a highly transformative educational experience. Prepare for a unique adventure across Europe by visiting iconic destinations with an international group of like-minded students.
For more information visit the official website here.
Students must register to apply, and there only limited spaces available.
Costs vary depending on the specific tour, but approximately around $7000-10,000 USD
No strict technical skills required, but an interest and broad knowledge of the UN and sustainability, communication skills, leadership skills and teamwork.
The tour is a one off event that takes place annually.
First you must submit your interest and register online (an information pack will be sent to you).
You must then fill out and submit an application form.