Philanthro-Activism and the Climate Crisis: Building a just, vibrant future for all

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Hear from visionary philanthropists and frontline leaders working around the world as catalysts to solve the climate crisis through 3 pillars of action – shifting to 100% renewable energy, protecting nature, and transitioning to re generative agricultural systems – with the goal of staying below 1.5°C in global average temperature rise. While some have said this goal is unrealistic, the latest science shows that not only is it possible, but it is far cheaper than our current energy system, will avoid trillions in avoided damages, and can stimulate the recovery of our global economic system post-COVID.

 

Welcome

Justin Winters, Co-Founder & Executive Director, One Earth

 

Panel Discussion

Zainab Salbi, Co-Founder, Daughters of Earth

Nemonte Nenquimo, Waorani Leader and Co-Founder, Ceibo Alliance

Tabara Ndaiye, Program Officer for American Jewish World Service and Advisor for the AgroEcology Fund

Melina Laboucan-Massimo, Program Director at Indigenous Climate Action and Founder of Sacred Earth Solar

Moderator: Justin Winters, Co-Founder & Executive Director, One Earth

 

Q&A and Closing remarks

Zainab Salbi, Co-Founder, Daughters of Earth

Julia Jackson, Founder, Grounded.org

Jena King, Founder, Jena and Michael King Foundation and One Earth Founding Partner and Board Member

Moderator: Justin Winters, Co-Founder & Executive Director, One Earth