Creating Youth Climate Impact Projects with GenEarth: Youth branch of The Sustainable Living Guide
Air Date: 20 September, 2023
GenEarth is helping youth from around the world create local Climate Impact Projects where they live! GenEarth’s Youth Climate Impact Program (YCIP) is a step-by-step program to make a powerful difference on the climate crisis. Together, we are increasing youth impact, amplifying their voices and educating for change-making. Join us at Peace Week to hear youth involved in growing the YCIP share their passion, insights and learning experience. Be inspired into action with hope, unity and the power of love! Facilitated by Lisa Pavati, Sustainable Living Guide Founder, the panel features Elliana Stratton, Anna Nachbar-Seckel and members of our global community.
GenEarth is The Sustainable Living Guide’s youth branch and uses the Trauma-Informed Change-Making design system and online education expertise of The Sustainable Living Guide to support climate youth. The YCIP helps youth groups design and implement Impact Projects to address important climate issues where they live. The program also helps build essential skills such as co-creativity, equitable leadership, community organizing, resilience and more. Weaving together environmental science, social change, conscious personal evolution and collective action, we come together to envision and embody a world that works for all.
Find out how you can get involved, as a youth change-maker, an intergenerational supporter or sponsor: https://www.genearth.global/, email@example.com. Thank you!
GenEarth helps youth from around the world create local Climate Impact Projects where they live! Hear youth developing the program share their passion, insights and hope!