Starting Date: 04-07-2006
Starting Time: 2:00pm
Ending Date: 04-09-2006
New Haven, Connecticut 06515
University of Vermont 2005
Together, we have connected our campuses, our networks, our states, and our region. We've pushed state action plans, helped bring renewable energy to our campuses, brought mainstream media attention to climate issues, trained hundreds of youth climate leaders, lobbied international delegates, and so much more. There is much to celebrate, and much more still to do. So the Climate Campaign's bringing it back to where it all beganů
and we want you to be there.
THE 4th ANNUAL NORTHEAST CLIMATE CONFERENCE
YALE UNIVERSITY, NEW HAVEN CONNECTICUT
FRIDAY- SUNDAY, APRIL 7-9 2006
REGISTER TODAY AT www.climatecampaign.org
Questions? firstname.lastname@example.org and 203.285.6647
Conference details will be posted in the coming weeks
Hosted by the Yale Climate Campaign, the Yale Student Environmental Coalition, and the Climate Campaign
with the support of Energy Action, the Sierra Student Coalition, and our partner networks
Northeast students and climate activists of all levels of experience will gather for a weekend of workshops and trainings, speakers, tours, and fun activities to:
Learn about and start actions on the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, the Campus Climate Challenge, international climate negotiations, and much more
Build state networks and collaborate with climate activists new and old from across the region
Hear from visionary keynote speakers
Learn the skills to organize and win real climate victories from the campus level to the international level
Celebrate the movement we're building
Registration open until Friday, March 24 or until full.
Sliding scale donation of $0-50 to help cover conference costs. Free housing (floor, sleeping bag style) and food will be provided.
This conference will target a primarily college student/youth audience, but all are welcome
Please contact Meg at 203.285.6647 if you're interested in more information on conference sponsorship opportunities, volunteering as a conference coordinator, or presenting a workshop at the conference.
The Climate Campaign is a youth-based network of students, environmental groups, and local organizations that strives to reduce the Northeast's contributions to global climate change by fostering student leadership, leading successful campus- and state-level greenhouse gas emissions reductions campaigns, and supporting the initiatives of its partner organizations. The Climate Campaign is rooted in a system of strong state networks led by student coordinators and on a series of annual regional and state gatherings. Founded in 2003, the Climate Campaign is now active on hundreds of college and university campuses across nine Northeast states. The Climate Campaign is also a founding member of Energy Action, a North American youth clean energy coalition based in part on the Climate Campaign model.
Geographical Scope: Regional