Wednesday, May 13, 2020 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
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How Youth Driven Climate Litigation Sustains Democracy: Perspectives from the US and Europe

The Ash Center invites you to meet the inspiring generation organizing and advocating for the right to a healthy climate—and reinventing democratic values and practices to be effective in times of climate change. During this event, we will hear from: 

  • Phil Gregory, Attorney (California)
  • Nathan Baring, Our Children's Trust (Alaska)
  • Mia Catherine Haugen-Chamberlain, Boardmember with Nature and Youth  (Norway)
  • Marjan Minnesma, Co-founder and director of Urgenda, former campaigns director for Greenpeace Netherlands (Netherlands)

Muriel Rouyer, Professor of Political Science (University of Nantes, France) and Ash Center Fellow will moderate.

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Center for the Environment

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