Climate Convergence 2023
OCTOBER 5TH, 9 A.M. –
OCTOBER 5TH, 9 A.M. – 4 P.M. PDT (UTC-8)
Together for tomorrow
Change for a better tomorrow is attainable. We’re coming together to address the climate crisis, safeguard frontline communities, and bring about fundamental transformation.
Solve the climate crisis
Climate solutions, capable of reversing global warming while promoting justice and equity, are accessible.
By collaborating with allies, partners, and friends within the climate justice movement, we can collectively implement the necessary responses to tackle the climate crisis head-on.
Stand with frontline communities
Climate solutions cannot be achieved in isolation from climate justice. As we confront the harsh realities of the climate crisis, we must commit to building meaningful connections for resilience and collective power.
And we must heed the voices, leadership, and expertise of frontline communities hit first and worst by climate change.
Generate systemic change
Understanding the intersections of race, class, and gender within the climate justice movement is critical because they directly impact the effectiveness of climate solutions.
With this awareness, we will be able to implement tangible changes at the grassroots level that not only safeguard the planet but also secure a more just and equitable future for generations to come.
Meet our speakers
Thought Leaders in the Climate Justice Movement
Dr. Robin Wall Kimmerer
Author Braiding Sweetgrass
Melissa K. Nelson
Indigenous Scholar, Professor, and Activist
The Cultural Conservancy, the Native American Academy
Artist, Cultural Worker, and Media-Maker with Sogorea Te Land Trust
Sogorea Te’ Land Trust
Transdisciplinary Healing Arts Practitioner
Peoples Collective for Justice and Liberation
Co-Director of Movement Generation: Justice & Ecology Project
Movement Generation: Justice & Ecology Project
Politicized Somatic Healer, Organizational Consultant
Healing Embodied White-Supremacy (HEWS)
Co-Founder, Global Social Witnessing (GSW) Competence Centre & World Witnessing
Trauma-Informed Embodiment Coach and Group Facilitator
Author, Educator, Environmentalist, and Co-Founder of 350.org
Co-Architect of the Game Changer Action Training
Lawyer and Director of the Land Back Program at Deep Medicine Circle
Deep Medicine Circle
International Climate Change Leader, Co-Founder of Global Optimism
President and Executive Director of Fundación Pachamama; and General Secretary of the Amazon Sacred Headwaters Initiative
What you’ll experience at the event
Delve into the full scope of the climate justice movement through workshops, performances, and discussions that focus on intersectional alliance-building, frontline activism, art, healing, and our collective interconnection.
Witness climate solutions in action
Observe real-world examples of climate solutions and practical initiatives actively making a difference in communities worldwide.
Enhance intersectional alliance-building skills
Develop the skills needed to build powerful, inclusive alliances that empower you and your community to collaborate effectively across various climate justice initiatives.
Engage with grassroots movements and changemakers
Connect with like-minded individuals and organizations actively working towards climate justice and learn how you can get involved.
See how art and justice drive climate action
Experience the role that art, music, healing, and justice play in bringing forth bold action and climate solutions.
(Thursday) 9:00 pm - 4:00 pm(GMT-07:00) View in my time