Student Climate Conference at Harvard Climate Action in Biden's First 100 days
As we approach both Biden's first 100 days in office and Earth Day 2021, speakers from the Sunrise Movement, the NAACP, the Biden administration, and Los Angeles Times climate journalist, Rosanna Xia, will discuss climate change, climate justice, and our immediate path forward under the Biden administration.
Join the Student Climate Change Conference at Harvard on Thursday, April 8 at 8 pm EDT.
The Student Climate Change Conference at Harvard will have Ali Zaidi, White House National Climate Advisor, give the opening remarks followed by a discussion on Biden’s climate agenda. The group will then host a panel conversation with Jacqueline Patterson, Senior Director of the NAACP Environmental and Climate Justice Program, and Alex O’Keefe, Creative Director at the Sunrise Movement. Rosanna Xia will moderate the panel.
In attending this event, you will join the action-oriented conversation on the climate crisis and Biden’s legislative agenda with members of educational communities across Harvard and the surrounding Boston-area, including MIT, Tufts, Northeastern, and Boston University. By creating a dialogue between students, policy-makers, practitioners, academics, innovators, and activists, this conference seeks to evaluate existing systems, inspire agents of change, and start conversations around the multidisciplinary solutions we urgently need.
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