Sab, 13 Mar | Zoom, Webinar

GWFestival 02: A Fight for our Climate Future

Advancing from GWFestival 01, GWFestival 02 is Green Welfare Indonesia’s second online go-green educational webinar festival aiming aims to educate, mobilize, inspire and promote to the youth about the current manifesting climate change humanity is facing.
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GWFestival 02: A Fight for our Climate Future

Time & Location

13 Mar 19.20 – 15 Mar 21.10
Zoom, Webinar

About the event

To achieve our core values, Green Welfare Indonesia recognises that education also plays a crucial role in the implementation of environmental sustainability. We believe that the youth is a crucial essence in the role of change, but some may not know how to due to the limited general knowledge they have regarding various global climate issues. Therefore, GWFestival 02 aims to educate, mobilize, inspire and promote to the youth about the current manifesting climate change humanity is facing and other environmental issues; as well as how they can contribute to the situation in their everyday life where the audience can gain new perspectives and knowledge from various national and international changemakers from around the world that they can put to use and be inspired to improve their community and country.

Succeeding to GWFestival 01, GWFestival 02 is Green Welfare Indonesia’s second online go-green educational webinar workshop scheduled in the first week of March that will last for a three-day dialogue; each day containing interactive panel discussions and educational single-presentations from Youth Speakers. The theme for this season’s festival will be categorized under the title “A fight for Our Climate Future” striving to shed light on environmental protection, intersectional environmentalism, responsible consumption and achieving a sustainable future.

Speakers Line Up:

DAY 1 (13th March, 19:30 - 21:00)

Session 1 (Panel Discussion): The Interconnection between Climate Change & Social Justice

  • Danielle Sams (Neuroscientist & Climate Justice Activist)
  • Laetani Belai (Dayak Environmental Activist)
  • Lana Weidgenant (Vice-chair of shifting to Sustainable Consumption in UN Food Systems Summit)

Session 2 (Educative Presentation): The Importance of Achieving Carbon Neutrality by 2050

  • Tata Mustasya (Regional Climate and Energy Campaign Coordinator in Greenpeace South East Asia-Indonesia)

DAY 2 (14th March, 19:30 - 21:00)

Session 1 (Panel Discussion): Why Climate Justice is essential for a Sustainable Future

  • Leonie Bremer (Climate Activist, Friday for Futures Germany)
  • Salsabila Khairunisa (Jaga Rimba Coordinator)
  • Sofia Gutiérrez (Leader of the Climate Action movement in Colombia)

Session 2 (Educative Presentation): The Environmental doom of Irresponsible Consumption & Waste

  • Adhitya Prayago (Project Executive of Consult Department in Waste4Change)

DAY 3 (15th March, 19:30 - 21:00)

Session 1 (Panel Discussion): Fighting Climate Change through Veganism

  • Achintya Nilsen (Miss Indonesia 2017 & Environmental Advocate)
  • Olivia Maskan (Educational Youtber & Co-founder of Arisearose)
  • Isaias Hernandez (Environmental Educator & Vegan Influencer)

Session 2 (Educative Presentation): The Politics of Climate Change

  • Putu Indy Gardian (Energy Emission Analyst in LCDI Bappenas Indonesia)

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