Profile: Jin Tanaka
25, Kyushu University
By participating in this project, I hope to be able to present specific opinions on climate change issues based on regional characteristics by presenting my views on environmental issues in the Asia-Pacific region. In particular, by working on the climate change crisis not simply as an environmental issue, but as an economic and political issue, I hope that young people will not think about the climate change issue, but that society as a whole will address the climate change issue, and through all approaches, including institutions and technology, will be able to present economic and We want to present a rational opinion.
Jin is working to build a system in the Asia-Pacific region where all sectors can work together against climate change by treating the climate change crisis as an economic and political issue, rather than simply an environmental problem.
My activities for local communities and the environment have included the conservation of local biodiversity through the use of tree planting and coastal cleanups, and the promotion of a new framework for youth participation in environmental conservation and climate change action through the presentation of specific opinions at international conferences. I am also working to build a youth engagement framework based on the UN framework by conducting bilateral dialogues at UN conferences.