Climate and Race Webinar (Reduce the Juice: Connect)
08 February 2022, 4:00 pm–5:00 pm
Join Reduce the Juice: Connect, the award-winning sustainability engagement programme. This is the fourth of 7 webinars on a range of sustainability topics, which focuses on the interaction between climate change and race.
- UCL students
The award-winning sustainability programme Reduce the Juice: Connect is returning in October. Over the course of the year the programme will consist of 7 sustainability and environment focused webinars that will cover a wide range of topics including greenwashing, sustainable food choices and other topics. At the end of each webinar a challenge will be issued, and students and staff who complete a certain number of challenges will earn a University of London issued Sustainability Advocate Award, acknowledging a commitment to sustainability. Find out more about this opportunity below.
The climate crisis is affecting us all, but the severity of its effects are not spread justly. Those who contribute the least to environmental degradation are experiencing its effects most severely.
In this webinar, Reduce the Juice will be discussing how this is a consequence of social and economic factors, the institutional and structural constructs that exacerbate this problem. They will take a global view and recognise that this can mean different things across the globe, but also draw on specific case studies that highlight this injustice. Additionally, they will put the sustainability and environmental sector under the microscope and discuss why minorities are so poorly represented in this area in the UK.
Join the conversation about how we can incorporate sustainability and climate action into our daily lives, and find out how you can receive the University of London’s Sustainability Advocate Award by taking part in their monthly challenges.
Other Webinars in This Series
The Sustainability Advocate Award
To achieve the University of London's Sustainability Advocate Award, you must participate in a certain number of associated webinar challenges. This is a great asset to add to any CV, especially if you are interested in pursuing a career in sustainability.
Bronze: participate in 3 challenges.
Silver: participate in 4 challenges.
Gold: participate in 5 challenges.
Platinum: participate in 7 challenges.
Join the Reduce the Juice Discussion Forum to find updates about relevant events, challenges and competitions and connect with others engaging with this programme.
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