Climate Justice – Online Conference and Networking Event – 2D experience
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Important Information – Online Event – Limited Tickets – Matchmaking
Do NOT register if you are not sure of participating to the entire event (Roundtable + matchmaking session = approx.2h).
Your absence may penalize other participants looking forward meeting you during our matchmaking session.
Members who register and do not attend will receive a warning. After 3 warnings they will lose their membership.
External registrations (non-members) not honored will remain in our records and this may affect your application if you desire to join the community in the future.
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The EA Project (Events for Action) produces engaging & entertaining events to break silos and enable collaborations between the main following industries: Agriculture, Transportation, Construction, Industry, supported by leaders & experts in finance/investment, education, governance/policy, energy, mobility, supply chain, retail, biodiversity, etc…
Participants and members include board members, managers, experts, founders of large groups, innovative startups, SMEs and NGOs from 6 continents.
We highlight and support sustainable / circular study cases from our Circular Society Network members (non-members are more than welcome to attend, the more diversity the better!) and we create new synergies and collaboration opportunities between attendees during our matchmaking/networking sessions to imagine new ways of working together as a Circular Society.
- Discover Solutions: Discover every month, a new sustainable or circular solution pitched by one of our members (or more!). Every pitch must enable multi industries or sectors to get inspired. Diversity please!
- Get personally Matched: Tell us your needs and expertise and you will be matched with the participants we think can bring you the most value. Discover new synergies and complementarities now!
- Meet leaders & experts: Meet in small groups, selected profiles from all around the world, who may be working on similar or complementary projects, or may have the connections you need!
- Access new opportunities: The more you participate, the more profiles you discover, the more connections you build and the more opportunities you will get! It’s time to accelerate our transformation!
This month, participate to an exciting Roundtable about Climate Justice and Unheard Voices including speakers:
Stacey Alvarez de la Campa is a legal and educational consultant, environmental activist, and is the Anti-Money Laundering Administrator at the Barbados office of Lex Caribbean Attorneys-at-Law. She is also the founder of the organization Worldwide Sustainability Warriors, a movement which strives to empower those who wish to positively contribute to sustainable living, and focus on the collective impact of individual efforts.
Stacey is the Community Manager with Island Innovation, an organization that seeks to promote sustainable change across islands and rural areas around the world by empowering island stakeholders through facilitating their ability to share best practice and knowledge. She has used this platform to raise awareness in relation to crucial issues such as climate change, conservation, pollution, and the importance of recycling, and played a crucial role in facilitating the participation of Caribbean territories at the United Nations Food Summit of 2021.
Rituraj Phukan is an environmental writer, adventurer & naturalist based out of Assam, a biodiversity-rich, climate change impacted province in the northeast of India. He is the Founder of the Indigenous People’s Climate Justice Forum and also serves as the Vice-President of the US-based Grassroots Coalition for Environmental and Economic Justice. He is a member of the International Union for Conservation of Nature and sits on the board of civil society groups in the Americas, Europe and Australia.
Rituraj has personally experienced the impacts of climate change in the polar frontiers of the Arctic and Antarctic, in the Himalayas and across India. Having worked extensively at the grassroots, he says “Water is the local issue of global climate change, for people, and for biodiversity.” Rituraj was personally trained as a Climate Reality Leader by Nobel Laureate Al Gore and was featured in the former US Vice-President’s 2017 book ‘An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power’. He authored the chapter “Biodiversity in a warming world” in the Amazon No.1 Bestseller ‘Climate Abandoned,’ a book launched in the USA on Earth Day 2019. He was an accredited Observer at the UN Climate Conference (COP26) in Glasgow in November 2021,” and has recently been selected as an European Climate Pact Ambassador.
Marcalee Alexander, MD has been an expert in rehabilitation medicine since 1983. Throughout her career, she has focused her work on quality of life and the impact of climate change on persons with disabilities. In 2019 as a means to motivate people to embrace a need for action, she began an awareness walk from Canada to Key West regarding climate change, disability and the need for an accessible, health-promoting environment. Subsequently she founded and is president of Sustain Our Abilities and Editor-in-Chief of The Journal of Climate Change and Health.
In December 2021, a personal tragedy prompted her to realize the need to expand her focus to include the need for a Green Renaissance to Accelerate a Healthy Atmosphere for Mankind. She believes community can conquer climate change and is working to establish The Day for Tomorrow as a time for people to come together in community to promote awareness and action regarding climate justice, climate change adaptation and mitigation.
- Welcome to The EA World! Explore a 2D environment and its interactive objects with your avatar!
- Main stage – Introduction about The EA Project and The Circular Society Network
- Roundtable: Climate Justice And Unheard Voices – 45min
- Open Q&A – 20 min
- Guidance and placing at your networking zones
- Reflection & Curated Networking at your selected table – 45min
- Free networking time. It’s time to move around and meet other members, have 1:1s, visit our exhibition room or pursue the conversation at your table
- End of the event when you decide to leave and after you have participated to your matchmaking session!
Forget Zoom. With your avatar, walk around and use spatial sound and video to communicate just like in real life. The event will take place in Gather.Town, a stable, easy-to-use 2D platform, that enables a real level of engagement. More information to come after your participation confirmation along with the attribution of your Networking table number.
Requirements (Read before purchase):
A good internet connection, a quite recent computer, Google Chrome or Firefox and access to a computer with a keyboard, webcam, mic and mouse. Please try out the platform first before purchasing a ticket or registering.
Additional information (Read before purchase):
No refunds policy.
Photographs and/or filming will be taken at the Event, which may be used in post Event publicity and in future marketing materials. By completing registration, the participant consents to the official photographer and/or videographer taking such photographs and/or video, which may feature the participant, and the use of such photographs and/or video as described. Private conversations (including all networking sessions) will not be recorded.
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