November 4th 2021
1-7pm CET | 8am-2pm ET
Climate Action Day is a live, online event produced by Take Action Global, that serves as the culminating celebration of the Climate Action Project, a six-week initiative involving 2.7 million people across 145 countries. During the event, students and teachers will present questions to speakers and will showcase potential solutions for climate change. Schools and classrooms will be recognized for their efforts, announcing the top 20 schools who recorded efforts for climate action through the EarthProject app and the 250 winners of the Climate Action Project Schools of Excellence Award, in partnership with Cartoon Network.
The occasion will also commemorate the 50th anniversary of the UN Environment Programme, reiterating the important role young people play in the future of environmental science, policy and action. It will be streamed live at the blue zone of COP26 in Glasgow and for global audiences on YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter, on November 4, 2021 from 8am - 2pm ET. Speakers include HRH Prince William, Former President James Michel from Republic of Seychelles, HRH Princess Esmeralda, Matt Larsen-Daw from WWF, Rick Davis from NASA, author Georgina Stevens, youth activists Elizabeth Wathuti (Kenya), Kaossara Sani (Togo) and Martina Fjällberg (Sweden), and many more.
Featuring Sir David Attenborough, President Santos, Dr. Jane Goodall, HRH Princess Esmeralda, Vanessa Nakate, Kumi Naidoo, President Pendarovski, Richard from NASA, Matt and Fernanda from WWF, Sam from UNEP, Celine Cousteau, Roman Krznaric and many more.