Join the global climate summit―in person or virtually
This week marks one month out from the Right Here, Right Now Global Climate Summit Dec. 1–4. Co-hosted by United Nations Human Rights and CU Boulder, we’re inviting Buffs and the extended community to join us in person in Boulder for the summit. In-person and virtual attendance is free and open to the community.
Track and offset your carbon footprint
While bringing people together to discuss a human rights-based approach to climate solutions, we also want to be mindful of the environmental impact a summit may create.
Partner with us! All summit attendees can track and offset their impact with the Right Here, Right Now carbon tracking app. The app is available for both in-person and virtual attendance and allows users to gauge their footprint and even pay toward carbon credits to offset their impact.
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