The climate catastrophe is unmissable these days, with increased incidence of wildfires (in Australia and California), frequent and intense droughts (Africa and California), typhoons of an intensity never seen before (Hong Kong and Philippines), increases in vectors of diseases (Dengue) and destabilised communities around the world.
The subject of climate change can be overwhelming, or divisive and we often feel too small or insignificant to make a difference. However, a healthy planet is one thing we can all agree on.
Climate Conversations brings people together to encourage and enable conversations about climate change. we help connect our shared human values to the impacts from climate breakdown, and build awareness of the existing solutions to the problems we face. Participants from a Climate Conversation usually walk away with a sense of urgency, as well as of purpose and hope in the power of our collective actions to bring about meaningful change.
So whether you feel we know little , or a fair amount, about the problem and its solutions, if you have always wondered how this crisis connects to you, or which of the facts are relevant to you, or how you can make a difference, join us for an empowering session with Climate Conversations.
About the Facilitators
Kate Ansboro Laya
Kate is originally from the UK and has lived in Singapore for nearly 17 years. She is a mother of two, currently a serial student, and a would-be climate activist. In volunteering for Climate Conversations, Kate has found and empowering and inspiring channel through which to focus her energy or raising awareness of the climate crisis and finding ways to encourage more people in all walks of life to support the solutions.
Rajul has held a lifelong passion for conservation and the environment. After several years of working, she finally gravitated back to her original love with Climate Conversations in Singapore. As a Facilitator, she finds motivating people to collective action to be a very empowering experience, and seeing people walk away from these conversations with a sense of hope and urgency, is when she truly feels she is making a difference.
About Climate Conversations
Climate Conversations seeks to build a society that lives in balance and peace with one another and the miraculous natural systems that support life on earth. We are building this society, one circle of friends at a time. our aim is to build a critical mass of people that will support the actions needed to address climate breakdown.
If you have any questions regarding this event, please reach out to the Sustainability Team at email@example.com