Day I

Here you will find all of the planned Workshops, Talks & Conversations for Day 1. Workshop seats are limited and you must register in advance by clicking on “Register”.

 

You don’t have to register for Talks & Conversations, but you can add them to the calendar in your Member Profile by clicking “Add to Calendar”.

Workshops

  • Youth Leading the World to Fairer Futures
    21 May, 19:00 – 20:00 UTC
    Workshop Area
    Imagine thousands of young people coming together across the planet, to tackle global sustainability challenges and plan together how they can change the world... Come develop your leadership skills through this workshop based on the YOUth LEADing the World (YLTW) initiative from OzGREEN.
  • Climate Collage Workshop : A Fun Workshop to Understand Everything about Climate Change
    The Climate Collage is a fun, scientific, educational, collaborative and creative workshop on climate change. Based on the IPCC report, it explains the climate functioning and the consequences of its disruption.
  • How Climate Change Will Impact Your Career & What You Can Do About It
    An inspiring online workshop that will discuss the future of green jobs and the implications of the Net Zero world for lifelong learning, as well as provide practical tips for those seeking a green career. Run by COP26andbeyond, this will be part Earth Action Hub’s inaugural 3 day event in May.
  • Youth Leadership for Adaptation Action
    21 May, 15:45 – 16:45 UTC
    Workshop Area
    The workshop will bring together young people and education experts to exchange practices on youth-led adaptation action and discuss following questions: - What needs do young people have on adaptation and resilience? - What training and tools will be useful for youth to lead adaptation action?
 

Talks

  • Balancing the Individual to Balance the Planet
    21 May, 19:30 – 20:00 UTC
    Talks Stage
    Speaker: Amanda Bernal-Carlo (President, The Great Balance)
  • Forest Peoples’ Power
    21 May, 18:30 – 19:00 UTC
    Talks Stage
    Speaker: Carolina Comandulli (PhD in Social Anthropology, University College London)
  • Children as Part of the Solution
    21 May, 17:30 – 18:00 UTC
    Talks Stage
    Speaker: Irene Nagudi (Founder, Kichini Gardeners Initiative, Uganda)
  • The Blue Flag South Africa Experience: Creating Social and Ecological Value through Voluntary Environmental Compliance
    Speaker: Morgan Griffiths (WESSA South Africa)
  • Co-Building Hope
    21 May, 15:45 – 16:15 UTC
    Talks Stage
    Speakers: Camila Jordan (Executive Director, TETO Brazil), Orlando Amando (Founder of the Computer Lab for Project Mutua ), Monike Chaves (Civil Engineer, Volunteer at TETO Brazil)
 
 

Conversations

  • Homelessness: the Invisible Faces of Climate Change
    21 May, 19:00 – 19:30 UTC
    Conversations Stage
    Speakers: Henrique Biana & Flávia Santos (Dente-de-Leão), Andrew Winchur (Homes First)
  • What Type of Climate Activist Are You?
    21 May, 17:15 – 17:45 UTC
    Conversations Stage
    Speakers: Daniel Schaffer (CEO, Foundation for Environmental Education), Allison Gacad (YRE Alum), Bhargav Patel (YRE Alum)
  • Forceweavers - Understanding Our Path as Nature's New Warriors
    21 May, 16:00 – 17:00 UTC
    Conversations Stage
    Speakers: Dr. Dave Courchene (Chair of the National Turtle Lodge Council of Knowledge Keepers), Grandmother Susan Ka'iulani Stanton (Haudenosaunee/Hawai’ian/Mohawk Elder & Healer), Dr. Eduardo Duran (Clinical Psychologist), Jessica Laxton (Co-Founder, Earth Action Hub)