Day II

Here you will find all of the planned Workshops, Talks & Conversations for Day 2. 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”.


  • Speaking Youth to Power: Making Films for the United Nations
    Do you like using your phone to make videos? Then we have a workshop for you! Speaking Youth to Power: Making Films for the United Nations is led by Canadian documentary filmmaker Mark Terry, Executive Director of the United Nations' Youth Climate Report.
  • Warm Data: People Need People
    22 May, 15:00 – 16:00 UTC
    Workshop Area
    Based on the concept of 'Warm Data', this workshop is a chance for youth to come together, talk about what’s going on, and maybe even make some sense out of it. Sharing our stories in #PeopleNeedPeople sessions, can help us understand ourselves, our neighbours and what’s going on around us.
  • Youth-led Biodiversity Conservation: How empowering young people can make a real difference for nature
    Are you looking to start a youth-led organisation or increase youth involvement in an existing organisation? Then this is the session for you. Reserva: The Youth Land Trust is a one-of-a-kind organisation empowering youth to make a measurable difference in the future of our planet.
  • Exploring Youth Advocacy: Creating meaningful change in your community
    This 4-hour session (with breaks!) will introduce participants to the UNICEF Youth Advocacy Guide, and includes interactive activities to inspire attendees to connect and consider how the Guide can support their advocacy work.
  • Constructive Journalism: Fair Reporting on Climate Change
    22 May, 11:00 – 12:30 UTC
    Workshop Area
    Do you believe in the power of the media? Do you feel overwhelmed by the negative messages about climate change you see in the news and media? On the flip side, do you also believe that the media is a powerful tool for positive change? If yes, this session is for you!
  • The Climate Crisis & Finding a Career
    22 May, 09:30 – 11:30 UTC
    Workshop Area
    Join us in a group discussion about the possible to help you getting a career that will be good for you and for the planet! To help us with this challenge, we will conduct a careful an EN-Roads workshop to understand the complexity of the climate crisis, using the best science available.
  • Climate Ambassador Well-being Workshop
    22 May, 09:00 – 10:00 UTC
    Workshop Area
    This workshop aims to give you climate hope, leave you feeling empowered and with a positive perspective! We will share some useful tools to help navigate a world with rising levels of eco-anxiety. Join us if you want a renewed outlook on your journey within the climate movement and feel inspired.
  • Permayouth: Choosing the Story of Regeneration
    22 May, 07:00 – 08:00 UTC
    Workshop Area
    This is an interactive workshop where you'll discover permaculture, a way to regenerate biodiversity & ecosystems, while creating personal, planetary & cultural interdependence; learn about Permayouth, the globally myceliating permaculture youth web that's actively making a difference in the world.


  • Grandmothers' Voices on the Wind Presents: Moving Healing Medicine Around our Mother Earth!
    Speakers: Abril Mondragon, Marsha Forrest, Barbara Brant, Moetu Taiha
  • The Other Side of Rio de Janeiro
    22 May, 17:30 – 18:00 UTC
    Talks Stage
    Speaker: Juliana OC (Founder, Eco Maré)
  • Building the First Sustainable Public Schools Network
    22 May, 15:30 – 16:00 UTC
    Talks Stage
    Speaker: Martín Espósito (Director, Tagma)
  • Broken Nature
    22 May, 15:00 – 15:30 UTC
    Talks Stage
    Speaker: Paola Antonelli (Director of Research & Development and Senior Curator, The Museum of Modern Art)
  • Protesting for the Planet
    22 May, 13:00 – 13:30 UTC
    Talks Stage
    Speaker: Kirsty Brimelow QC (International Pro Bono Barrister)
  • Meeting People Where They Are At: Building Community Power for Climate Action
    Speaker: Eli Manderson Evans (Senior Social Justice Consultant, Ten Years' Time)
  • The Deforestation Hidden in Our Daily Lives: Evaluating Corporate Action on Deforestation
    Speaker: Emma Thomson (Researcher, Global Canopy)
  • Reimagining Sustainable Rural Development in Africa: The Curious Case of Okere City Project
    Speaker: Ojok Okello (Founder, Okere City, Uganada)