“This is our time to rise and turn this crisis around. Young people are not just part of the conversation; we are leading it.”

Luisa Neubauer

Let’s Learn some Climate Skills

Along with the amazing sessions, the ticket holders also have access to the amazing masterclasses being delivered by fantastic facilitators on some very relevant and important topics. Check them out below!

Climate Journalism

March 3, 2024, 5:00 PM (IST) | 11:30 AM (GMT) | 3:30 AM (PST)
Duration: 2 Hours, Max Participants: 30, Age: 16+

Giving out right information about Climate and spreading awareness is crucial. Climate journalism focuses on reporting and analyzing the impacts, challenges, and solutions related to climate change and environmental sustainability. It plays a critical role in informing the public, shaping policy debates, and highlighting the scientific, economic, and social dimensions of climate change. Attend this workshop by Natalia Vasnier, founder of The Conference Corner.

Understanding Climate Science – Climate Fresk

March 3, 2024, 7:30 PM (IST) | 2:00 PM (GMT) | 6:00 AM (PST)
Duration: 3 Hours, Max Participants: 14, Age: 16+

‘What are the causes and consequences of climate change’ is not a simple question to answer, but it is an important one nonetheless. While there is a plethora of literature to help find answers, it is rather challenging for a layperson to navigate through reams of research and reports. Enter Climate Fresk, a three-hour workshop, which effectively bridges this gap in understanding, in an immersive, engaging, and collaborative way. Read more about Climate Fresk

Permaculture Economics

March 3, 2024, 8:30 PM (IST) | 2:00 PM (GMT) | 6:00 AM (PST)
Duration: 2 Hours, Max Participants: 30, Age: 16+

Permaculture, short for Permanent Culture, is a School of Thought to design our world more intentionally, sustainability and in harmony with Nature. In this masterclass, we will take this very enigmatic concept and apply it to how our Economic systems are designed, primarily how we produce and consume Earth’s resources. We will understand the fundamental flaws in the existing paradigm that lead to Climate Change and a plethora of other interrelated issues. And what’s the new school of thought we need to apply to fashion a more regenerative world.

Making Waves – Empowering Climate Action. A Sustainable Journey Unveiled

March 2, 2024, 6:30 PM (IST) | 1:00 PM (GMT) | 5:00 AM (PST)
Duration: 2 Hours, Max Participants: 30, Age: 20+

Embark on an exhilarating journey as teams steer manufacturing organizations toward becoming sustainable market leaders. Enhance ESG credentials, stay competitive, and communicate effectively with stakeholders in this immersive serious game. With time constrains, budget limitations, and incomplete information, every decision carries high-stakes implications!

Urban Climate and Public Policy

March 3, 2024, 4:00 PM (IST) | 10:30 AM (GMT) | 2:00 AM (PST)
Duration: 1.5 Hours, Max Participants: 30, Age: 18+

The Urban Climate and Public Policy Masterclass offers an immersive exploration into the nexus of urban environments and climate change, tailored for policymakers, urban planners, and environmental advocates. This course delves into the phenomenon of Urban Heat Islands, emphasizing mitigation strategies to combat rising temperatures in cityscapes. Participants will learn about climate-resilient urban planning, focusing on designing cities capable of withstanding climate change’s multifaceted impacts.

Climate Entrepreneurship

March 2, 2024, 4:30 PM (IST), 11:00 AM (GMT) | 3:00 AM (PST)
Duration: 1.5 Hours, Max Participants: 30, Age: 21+

Masterclass on Climate Entrepreneurship, tailored for those eager to dive into the world of creating impactful solutions to our planet’s climate challenges. This session is perfect for aspiring entrepreneurs and climate enthusiasts looking to discover how to identify significant climate problems that resonate with their passion and how to approach solving them with innovative, sustainable solutions. We’ll explore the essentials of climate entrepreneurship, from uncovering the low-hanging fruits for immediate impact to balancing profitability with environmental responsibility.

What is Climate Technology?

March 2, 2024, 10:30 PM (IST) | 5:00 PM (GMT) | 9:00 AM (PST)
Duration: 1 Hours, Max Participants: 30, Age: 18+

In the need of the sustainable ways of growth, we can’t ignore technology and it’s impact. Climate tech is becoming more and more relevant whether it is about understanding climate data, making agriculture smart or developing new alternate vehicles.

But what is Climate Tech? With a lot of development and innovation happening in the sustainability happening it is sometimes hard to understand what exactly is Climate Technology and if a technology can be called a climate technology or not. This Masterclass answers those very basic questions and how to take your climate tech start up from idea to business.

Ace Your LinkedIn Game

March 3, 2024, 6:00 PM (IST) | 12:30 PM (GMT) | 4:30 AM (PST)
Duration: 1Hrs 15Mins, Max Participants: 30, Age: 16+

No matter where you are in your career journey, today’s technologically evolving world requires you to have an effective professional presence in the online world.  If you have ever tried exploring LinkedIn or wondered how you can utilise this platform to showcase your credibility, this session is your go-to, for best practices on how to build & sustain your professional profile.

– Learn to create and optimise each section of your profile
– Showcase your experience and skillset in the best possible way
– Write catchy headlines that draw attention to your profile
– Network effectively and become a part of a global community of professionals
– Create a professional brand with a high recall value

Roadmap to Climate Centric Careers

March 2, 2024, 7:00 PM (IST) | 1:30 PM (GMT) | 5:30 AM (PST)
Duration: 1Hrs 15Mins, Max Participants: 30, Age: 16+

This workshop aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of the rapidly evolving climate job market, focusing on emerging opportunities in the green sector in Asia. Participants will gain insights into the current trends, future prospects, and the increasing demand for skilled professionals in areas of various sub sectors of the climate ecosystem. Participants take back practical tips to work on a roadmap for exploring their climate centric career journey

– How to look at Climate Action, to seek the right career?
– Discuss the variety of roles available in NGOs focusing on climate action, including project management, research, and grassroots mobilisation
– NGO Case Studies: Share success stories and case studies of impactful NGO projects in climate action and sustainability.