AYCC

AcronymDefinition
AYCCAustralian Youth Climate Coalition
AYCCAmazon Youth Cello Choir
AYCCArabian Yemen Cement Company (Yemen)
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The biggest tournament after the AYCC is the World Youth Championships.
Amanda and Sydney student Anna Rose, a past national convenor of the Australian Student Environment Network (ASEN), launched the AYCC in February 2007 with the objective of mobilising young people to solve climate change.
After two-and-a-half years, the AYCC has grown from nothing to an operation with an annual budget of $500 000 with offices in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.
At the 2008 climate change talks in Poznan, Poland, McKenzie says AYCC was the only NGO to be granted a meeting with Australia's Climate Change Minister, Penny Wong.
The AYCC now boasts membership of 56,000 and has two simple aims: a price tag on pollution and sustainability education to tackle climate change.
After my experience in the AYCC, but also in meeting effective activists the world over, I understand the truth in this quote.
At the ripe old age of 28 Amanda has stepped down as AYCC national director, but maintains a position on its board.