This series will feature scientists and specialists from across the country who will share their expertise in ways designed specifically for youth, teachers, informal educators, and librarians. Speaker topics range from an overview of global patterns of climate risk and migration to the preparedness of “receiving” communities. Speakers will allow time for questions from both youth and educators.
Series co-host, Dave Reidmiller the Climate Center Director here at GMRI, will also work to draw connections between the speakers to grow the conversation over the span of the series. The GCSM Color of Climate Youth Coalition and Learning Ecosystem Northeast will provide additional support for the speaker series.
We are proud to partner with Gateway Community Services Maine to launch this speaker series. We believe in and support their mission, and the goals of their Color of Climate Youth Coalition, one of which is to center the experiences and leadership of frontline communities in this changing climate.
Join us on the first monday of each month through June.
Join the Color of Climate Youth Coalition, Fern Hickey and Miyuki Hino as they discuss how communities can best support climate migrants
We're launching a new speaker series in collaboration with Gateway Community Services Maine (GCSM) to raise awareness about important topics related to climate migration.
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