Webinars for Youth Climate Leaders

Storytelling to Amplify Climate Action

What? A virtual workshop with Jamie Henn, of Fossil Free Media and co-founder of 350.org

Who? Youth and educators looking to take climate action

When? Thursday March 23, 7:30-8:30pm

Establishing sustainable culture at school

What? A virtual workshop with Loreley Godfrey and Vic Whitcomb, VEEP/NHEEP Youth Climate Fellows

Who? Youth and educators looking to take climate action

When? Tuesday, April 4, 6:00-7:00pm 

Learn more about Storytelling to Amplify Climate Action with Jamie Henn

Through his communications and media work, Jamie has lots of experience crafting climate stories. With his expertise to help guide us, this workshop will help us think about how to best shape and share our own stories of meaningful change. Stories are key to any social movement or shifts in hearts and minds. Come and practice finding ways to promote your work that will not only give voice and recognition to you and the hardworking folks involved in your project, but, when shared, can also inspire additional climate actions to amplify your impact.

About the speaker:

Jamie Henn is the founder and director of Fossil Free Media, a nonprofit media lab that supports the movement to end fossil fuels. Fossil Free Media is the home of Clean Creatives, a campaign pressuring public relations and advertising agencies to quit working with fossil fuel companies to spread climate disinformation. Before founding Fossil Free Media, Jamie was co-founder and Strategic Communications Director at the international climate campaign 350.org. While at 350, he helped lead the fight against the Keystone XL pipeline, planned major mobilizations like the People's Climate March and Global Climate Strikes, led 350's work at the UN Climate Talks, and launched the fossil fuel divestment movement. 









Learn more about Establishing Sustainable Culture at School with Loreley Godfrey and Vic Whitcomb

Learn how to establish a more educated, sustainable, and eco-friendly culture at your school! Hear two students talk about their experiences in improving culture and encouraging sustainable action in their communities and how you can do the same. All students and teachers are welcome!

About the speakers:

Loreley Godfrey is an 18 year old from Portsmouth, New Hampshire. She serves as the Policy Director for the student-led non-profit, Seacoast Students for Sustainability, Inc. When she's not testifying at the New Hampshire State House, Loreley enjoys skiing and hiking the Granite State's great mountains.





Vic Whitcomb is a founder and president of the Society of Sustainable Spartans, a sustainability group in northern NH. She has worked on many projects with this group pertaining to solar, waste reduction, sustainable education/culture, and more. In her free time, Vic loves snowboarding, surfing, and hiking with her four dogs.





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