INSPIRE THE YOUTH OF BERLIN FOR CLIMATE ACTION
The Climate Justice Camps Berlin training aims to inspire and educate on sustainable solutions to the climate crisis. It engages young students in understanding climate change, its consequences and the importance of local action for global impact.
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In this two-day climate justice camp, children engage in challenge-based learning to address air pollution in Berlin. They will be able to explore air quality problems, identify sources of pollution and brainstorm innovative solutions.
The science of climate change and air pollution in Berlin
Climate action, climate justice and equity
Coping with climate anxiety, creative solutions and youth collective action
Presentations of creations to the community Contents
THE CAMP IS FREE AND SPONSORED BY
THIS COURSE WILL EMPOWER CHILDREN IN CLIMATE ACTION
Deeper understanding of climate change, its consequences and the importance of climate justice in addressing the crisis.
Sustainable practices and decisions that can be adopted in daily life to reduce individual environmental impact
PROBLEM SOLVING SKILLS:
Critical thinking and creative problem solving skills to address climate challenges and contribute to local solutions.
Local experts, activists and organizations, to foster a sense of community and participation in climate action.
EMPOWERMENT AND ADVOCACY:
Communication and leadership skills to become an advocate for climate justice, inspiring and mobilizing others for climate action.
In this course you will have three people with a lot of experience in climate:
Business Engineer, Bachelor of Science from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Diploma in Innovation from Babson College and Diploma in Global Management from University College London. Master in Urban Management at Technische Universität Berlin. Co-founder and director of de 2811, a social enterprise dedicated to the regenerative development of communities and the environment based in Chile, Colombia, Germany and the United States.
Sociologist with experience in social research, community development management, and management of local problems. Professional with teamwork skills, group management and social responsibility. She recently graduated from the Master in Urbanism at the Technical University of Berlin through the award of the Scholarship for Development of the DAAD agency of the German Government.
Climate Action Coordinator Europe for 2811 Social Enterprise UG. Social scientist with a background in urban environment, sustainability, and climate change. Active member of Generation Climate Europe, the largest coalition of youth-led networks on climate and environmental issues at the European level.
EMPOWER YOUTH IN CLIMATE ACTION!
Sponsor our climate justice camps to inspire kids about sustainability and co-creating local solutions. Your support will help develop future eco-conscious leaders, further their community initiatives, and demonstrate their commitment to environmental stewardship.
What I liked the most is that the teachings were fun and being able to hang out with my friends