To celebrate #EarthDay 50th anniversary, We Don’t Have Time the largest social network for climate action, organized the largest online (no-fly) climate conference with over 150 incredible speakers from across the world. The topics on the #WeDontHaveTime climate conference were on key issues which will benefit the world in building a sustainable green economy, future and a clean climate.
The topics includes, Finance, Circular economy and consumption, Big ideas and education, Food and agriculture, Local government, city development and transportation and a climate hackathon for the audience hosted by Hack for Future. The program made a stunning record of over 400,000 views each day.
The founder Afrigod and Ambassador We Don’t Have Time “Miguel Peters” who spoke about the importance of #SportsForClimate at the event, described the conference as one of “the greatest event of all times”, urging all Africans, mostly the youth to join the climate movement and be part of the solution.
He commended the effort of the entire We Don’t Have Time team, partners, speakers and the audience for their incredible work and support towards curbing the climate crisis and building a sustainable green future. He also added, that the climate crisis is the biggest threat ever, and the need to act now is paramount, but to stand a chance, we must come together and work as one.
The We Don’t Have Time climate conferences are a series of annual international online conferences featuring prominent international academics and climate activists, such as Professor Jeffrey D. Sachs, Katherine Heyhoe and Jamie Margolin. The Earth Week conference is organized by We Don’t Have Time in partnership with Earth Day Network , Exponential Roadmap and other eco-friendly organizations.
The event is live-streamed from the We Don’t Have Time Studio in Stockholm, Sweden which is accessible from any part of the world for free through the #WeDontHaveTime App easily found by simply searching for “We Don’t Have Time” on Google play and App store.
Incredible climate conferences such as this are paramount towards mitigating the climate crisis and creating more climate awareness across the world. The need to hold even more climate events will go a long way in curbing the climate crisis and building a sustainable future for all.
Facts about Afrigod
Afrigod is a creative initiative that focuses on curbing the climate crisis through social activities.
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