The climate crisis is the greatest struggle of our time. All over the world, climate activists are fighting to protect our planet. From major climate demonstrations in Europe to indigenous peoples in the Amazon defending the rainforest and activists in Africa currently feeling the harshest consequences of climate changes.
Join us for a talk with some of the world's coolest climate activists, providing powerful narratives from the front lines of the climate crisis and providing inspiration for what we can all do. Because we only win the battle for the climate if we fight together.
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Elizabeth Wathuti is a passionate environmentalist and climate activist from Kenya. She is the founder of the Green Generation Initiative which supports other young activists in protecting the planet and which is responsible for planting more than 30,000 trees. Elizabeth gave the opening speech at the World Leaders Summit at COP26 last year and is a strong speaker who really appeals to your emotions.
Adélaïde Charlier has been behind major climate marches in Belgium. She sailed across the Atlantic with Sail to the COP when the climate summit was to be held in South America. Together with Greta Thunberg, she has played a major role in influencing European politicians.
Nina Gualinga is from the Kichwa community of the Ecuadorian Amazon. She has been one of the most prominent voices for the rights of indigenous peoples in recent years, working to highlight the impacts of climate change in her community.