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The Japan Times announced Thursday it will send three teenage students as “junior reporters” to Copenhagen in December to cover a key United Nations climate change conference.

Saki Fujiwara, 19, Sara Tomizawa, 14, and Mariko Iinuma, 13, all members of the Tokyo-based group Children’s Express, “wish to have their voices heard” by adults by reporting from the 15th Conference of the Parties to the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP15).

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