When experts from around the globe gather in Boulder next month for the Right Here, Right Now Global Climate Summit, teachers and aspiring teachers will be in the audience, looking for stories to bring back to the classroom.
Departments, classes, clubs and people affiliated with educational institutions around the globe are invited to help spread awareness about the important connections between climate change and human rights, and to advocate for human rights-based climate action.
Kumi Naidoo, a South African activist, Rhodes scholar and former executive director of Greenpeace International, will deliver a keynote speech at this year’s Right Here, Right Now Global Climate Summit in Boulder, Colorado.
Leading Indigenous voices on climate change and human rights. The UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights and Environment. The vice chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC); and the 2020 TIME Magazine Kid of the Year.
Global climate justice advocate Sheila Watt-Cloutier will present a keynote address at the Right Here, Right Now Global Climate Summit. The solutions-focused inaugural event, co-hosted with United Nation Human Rights, is set for Dec. 1–4 on the CU Boulder campus.