Why this festival?

The UN says the climate crisis is a ‘Code Red for Humanity’, to date international action has been seriously inadequate and protests are increasing particularly by the young inspired by Greta Thunberg. Our aim is to empower young people around the world to become change-makers to deliver action on the ground. Enough Blah, Blah, Blah, let's do, do, do!

Who is it for?

If you are young, want to understand more about the climate change crisis and how to take effective action to respond to it, want to meet other diverse young people from around the world with a similar focus – this festival is for you.

Register now to get further information and you will immediately be able to:

  • Join a private LinkedIn group to communicate and network with other participants.
  • Get a FREE quarterly subscription to The Mint, packed with material to inspire you.

Why should you join the festival?

  • Learn about and discuss the big issues with a range of fascinating experts, activists and social entrepreneurs
  • Collaborate on ideas for action with other young people in online system impact sessions
  • Make long lasting connections with people with different experiences and cultures
  • Counter any feelings of future despair by building purpose and supportive networks
  • Get support and challenge from a range of experts to develop your thinking

How will it work?

Our festival is online so you can connect with people around the world at no cost and limited carbon impact however the pandemic develops. It will last 4 weeks beginning and ending on a Saturday, including:

  • Face to face interactive system impact sessions each Saturday from 9:00 to 11:00 GMT
  • Live interactive discussions during the week all of which will be recorded for those who cannot make it online
  • Introductions to people from different continents.

On the final Saturday, participants will present their own ideas for discussion and feedback.

Who is driving this festival?

Promoting Economic Pluralism (PEP), together with some amazing partners, is hosting this series of pioneering online events. The charity is known for innovation – opening space for discussion of different approaches to organise economies to address the current issues we face. 

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