Localizing Climate Justice Conference Series
What is the LCJC?
The Localizing Climate Justice Conference Series is a virtual conference series which will convene mayors, other policymakers, youth climate activists, and major stakeholders from around the world in the movement for climate justice in order to spotlight local approaches to climate reform & create space for an ongoing dialogue between policymakers and their constituents on the subject of climate change.
The series commenced with a launch event on September 25th. Since the launch, the Nature-Based Solutions Panel took place on December 19, 2020 and the Capacity-Building, Education, and Awareness Panel is slated for June 12th, 2021. All conference events will be free of cost to all wishing to participate.
Read the LCJC Series Concept Note for detailed conference information.
Who is planning the conference series?
The LCJC Series is being co-organized by the GYCAD Core Team; the conference is additionally co-sponsored by the following organizations:
- Global NGO Executive Committee
- Cisco WebEx
- Elders Climate Action (ECA)
- CEWAS Middle East
- Lehigh University’s United Nations Partnership & Environmental Initiative
- Climate-Smart Agriculture Youth Network (CSAYN)
- Climate Action Network (CAN) Arab World
- Project Rolugunta
- Climate Action NC
- Citizens’ Climate Lobby
How do I get involved?
Sign up for updates on this page to receive further correspondence regarding LCJC events, speakers, and co-sponsor organizations. You can also follow the GYCAD’s social media accounts by clicking on the icons below for updates on the conference. Return here on the 19th to access the livestream.
Save the date!
See you on June 12th at 10 am EST!