Starting Date: 03-02-2007
Ending Date: 03-04-2007
Madison, Wisconsin 53701
United StatesJoin students from across the Midwest for the second annual Midwest Climate Action Conference focusing on energy, global warming and the power of students and young people to help stop the climate crisis by organizing both on and off campus for clean energy solutions.
Speakers will include community activists fighting dirty energy across the Midwest , young people forging the way towards a clean energy future through the Campus Climate Challenge, organizing skills trainings, sessions focusing on energy production in the region, state level networking and hands on workshops and actions that will inspire and empower you and your group.
Sign up today for this exciting weekend that will help build bridges between students and their surrounding communities and help empower young people to tackle what is truly the defining issue of our generation – global warming. Get more info and register here.
Download the Agenda
When: March 2-4, 2007
(Registration will begin at 2pm and the program will begin at 6pm on Friday, we'll end around 4pm on Sunday)
Where: University of Wisconsin-Madison
Cost: FREE includes dinner Friday, breakfast and lunch on Saturday and Sunday.
Housing: FREE housing will be provided by students at UW-Madison. Please let us know if you have any special hosing needs by contacting Tamara at drossart [AT] wisc.edu. You will be contacted with you specific housing information by the Wednesday before the conference.
Travel: If you're driving or looking for a ride, please check out our rideboard.
Directions and other travel information to UW-Madison.
What to Bring:
Reusable dishware (we'd like to make our meals waste-free)
Notebook or Laptop
Something to write with
Help spread the word! Send this outreach email to everyone you know any lists you have access to on campus and in your state!
Register online by February 27!
Sierra Student Coalition
Energy Justice Network
Student Environmental Action Coalition
Geographical Scope: Regional