The second day of the Mid-Atlantic Climate Change Education Conference (MACCEC), Tuesday, June 29, will focus on Climate Justice. Tamara Toles O’Laughlin will serve as the plenary and frame our thinking before we hear how colleagues across the country are working with communities, schools, and students.
Tamara Toles O’Laughlin’s environmental work focuses on developing capacity building programs and creating multimedia campaigns to dismantle privilege and increase opportunities for vulnerable populations to access healthy air, clean energy, and a toxic free economy at the local, regional and national level. Hear directly from Tamara in this interview: “The urgency of the Black climate agenda: Black advocates are taking the climate movement into their own hands.”
Inviting all Middle and High School Students to the Student Track
Middle and high school students are invited to register for free and spend the afternoon of June 28th learning from fellow students about climate change solutions.