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Anger to Action: Mobilizing Global Climate Movements

June 29 @ 6:00 pm - 7:15 pm

There is no planet B sign at a climate protest

Hosted by The Conduit, join us as we speak with champions of global climate movements to explore how we may chart new paths towards action, unpack the challenges that arise along the way, and share key insights on what it takes to mobilise effective movements.

Time: Tuesday June 29, 6:00 – 7:15PM (BST)

Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes

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Addressing the climate crisis will require the concerted and collective efforts of passionate citizens activating their communities to transform global politics and secure lasting change. Join us as we speak with champions of global climate movements to explore how we may chart new paths towards action, unpack the challenges that arise along the way, and share key insights on what it takes to mobilise effective movements. From the financial industry to democratised renewable energy, and youth activism – we will consider what it takes to create grassroot-up climate action strategies to build a more sustainable tomorrow.

Speakers include:

Harriet Lamb – CEO Ashden, author of recently published From Anger to Action: Inside the Global Movements for Social Justice, Peace, and a Sustainable Planet
Mark Campanale – Founder of the Carbon Tracker Initiative and Co-Founder of the Planet Tracker
Agamemnon Otero – CEO Energy Garden
Clover Hogan – climate activist, researcher on eco-anxiety, Founder and Executive Director of Force of Nature

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Date:
June 29
Time:
6:00 pm - 7:15 pm
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Ashden
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