28th Annual KHSMUN Conference

The Impact of Climate Change on Children

気候変動による子どもたちへの影響

"There may be no greater, growing threat facing the world’s children – and their children – than climate change. This mounting global crisis has the potential to undermine many of the gains we have made in child survival and development – and poses even greater dangers ahead."

Anthony Lake, UNICEF Executive Director


2018 Kansai High School Model United Nations will challenge students of Japan to take what we know about climate change, it's impact on the occurances of natural disasters, and how it all affects children caught in the middle of it all. Member delegates will debate plausible solutions that ensure these children's physical and mental safety, continued access to educaiton, as well as how to prepare communities to minimize the impact on children in the future, exclusely in English as a foreign language.

General Assembly Topics

  • Children and climate change

    The first topic focuses on the health and well-being of children as it relates to changes of our earth. We will look at the effects of climate change on food & water supplies, pollution, and disease and how they impact children’s lives.
  • Children and natural disasters

    The second topic focuses on how children are affected by natural disasters and what communities can do to be more resilient towards these disasters, such as severe storms, earthquakes, wildfires, and droughts.
  • Emergency Session


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