If you’re looking for a bit of inspiration about how you fit into the climate landscape, you might be interested in attending Climate Con, a free online event from November 9-11. Here are the details:
Climate Con is an online gathering for us regular people to discuss what the heck we’re going to do about climate change.
There’s something for everyone and anyone who wants to know more about the roles they can play—from entrepreneurs to designers, parents to employees, citizens to educators, storytellers, and even your mom.
During three doom-free days, hear the stories of others who have already charted their climate journeys. They’ll retrace their steps and share exactly how they took each one.
We’ll learn how change happens, discuss the roles we can play, and explore the worlds we can create if we actually do something.
Come for the ideas, accountability, and camaraderie. Bring a friend, your mom, a colleague. The more who care, the merrier.
In particular, you might be interested in the session, “Every job is a climate job” with Project Drawdown Director Jamie Alexander who recently shared some exclusive advice here at Ecotopian Careers.
To make the most of this and similar online events, be sure to read our article, How to leverage online industry events for your transition to a green job.