At the Columbia Youth Climate Summit, high school students will learn about climate change on a personal level through plenary speakers and workshops that demonstrate actionable ways to engage in the climate movement. The Summit concludes with participants being mentored through the process of writing a climate action plan, a project outline they can implement in their school or community. We encourage high schools to register with a team of 5-8 students (please feel free to reach out to the coordinators if you would like to bring a larger group). In the weeks following the Summit, Columbia students will follow up with each high school to assist with students’ progress.
All participating students are required to be accompanied by an advisor for the duration of the Summit. Please reach out to the coordinators if this would prevent your school from being able to attend.
At the Columbia Youth Climate Summit, students will:
Speakers from previous summits include:
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Free lunch will be provided to all students and teachers. We will do our best to accommodate any dietary restrictions
Unfortunately, we are not able to provide assistance with parking or transportation. Click here for a list of commercial parking garages near campus.
Please don’t hesitate to reach out to Silas Swanson (firstname.lastname@example.org), Maria Chart (email@example.com), or Justin Paik (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any further questions.
Columbia University EcoReps, in partnership with Consilience