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Loyola's 2020 Climate Change Conference
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Loyola University Chicago is pleased to announce our 2020 climate change conference​-March 12-13, 2020

3/12/2020 to 3/13/2020
When: March 12-13, 2020
7:00 PM - 5:00PM
Where: United States

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Accompanying Youth to a Hope-filled Future

Twenty-three-year-old Kelsey Juliana is suing the United States government for her constitutional right to a livable planet. TeenagerT okata Iron Eyes organizes and advocates for indigenous rights and against fossil fuel interests as part of the Standing Rock Youth. Recent Loyola graduate Paul Campion helps lead the Sunrise Movement in Chicago and works with an army of young people to protest climate change and usher in a Green New Deal. Across the country, the climate crisis has mobilized young people to action.

Listen to their stories, respond, and become inspired to act on behalf of the planet during this year’s Keynote Conversation at Loyola’s sixth climate change conference.


Thursday, March 12, 2020
7 p.m. in Mundelein Auditorium

Keynote conversation with youth climate leaders
moderated by Jerome McDonnell ofWBEZ's Worldview 

Kelsey Juliana
Tokata Iron Eyes
Paul Campion


In addition to our first-ever Keynote Conversation, this year’s conference will be plenary-style and center on grassroots activism.

Panel topics will include:

  • grassroots sustainability efforts within faith-based communities,
  • how climate change is driving displacement and the climate migrant’s plight,
  • climate advocacy through art, and
  • student activism surrounding climate change. 

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Watch this highlight video and read these eight takeaways from our 2018 conference. Videos of all the presentations and photos from our 2018 conference are online.