Belong, Believe, Achieve
If anyone is interested in this you can watch via the YouTube link below
The National Youth Climate Summit 2020 is taking place tomorrow, Wednesday 22nd April, 12-3pm – we’re really looking forward to seeing you there!
Please find the conference schedule, how to join and housekeeping rules below.
Schedule for event:
11.45 Zoom conference is open (link below)
12.00 Welcome and introduction from Graham Frost (Headteacher at Robert Ferguson Primary School) and Lucy Mace ( National Schools Programme Manager at Global Action Plan)
Be ready to watch at 12:
12.10 Speaker 1 - Clover Hogan - From anxiety to agency
12.25 Speaker 2 - Rebecca Willis - What do politicians think about climate change, and how can I influence them?
12.35 Speaker 3 - Alan Rawlinson - Bringing about the global change we need to protect our climate and nature
12.40 Questions for speakers
12.50 Breakout groups: What immediate steps are the young people you know calling for?
13.00 Speaker 4 - Amy Bray - How to find another way
13.15 Speaker 5 - Mike Downham - Learning how the world works, my story
13.25 Speaker 6 - Nick Gardner - The Great Outdoors
13.35 Questions for speakers
13.45 Breakout groups: What is nature doing for you, and what are you doing for nature?
14.00 Speaker 7 – Matt Toombs – COP26 & climate change as a priority issue
14.15 Speaker 8 - Naomi Frost - Secondary School Activism
14.25 Speaker 9 - Morgan Phillips - Going back to normal?
14.35 Questions for speakers
14.45 Breakout groups: How are you helping/going to help youth voice to influence real and urgent change?
14.55 Closing statement from Graham Frost
How to join and participate:
Students can view the conference via a live stream on YouTube which will be available on the event page,
Questions will be taken via sli.do using the code #NYCS2020 (all questions and comments will be moderated).