A variety of engaging activities and talks will take place at SUNY Adirondack this Friday, September 20th, and it’s all in support of the global Climate Strike inspired by Greta Thunberg. This event is in anticipation of the UN Climate Summit happening in New York City this Monday.
Climate Hope in Action takes place at SUNY Adirondack in Queensbury on Friday the 20th from 11am to 2pm. The event includes entertaining and educational activities focused on raising awareness about the climate crisis and the need for action.
Representatives from local environmental organizations like New York Renews and North Country Climate will staff information tables, Greta Thunberg’s famous Ted Talk will be screened, and a PowerPoint presentation will be given on the climate crisis.
In addition, two electric cars will be available for test driving thanks to National Grid, the Green Energy Consumers Alliance, and Whiteman Chevy.
The global Climate Strike started by student Greta Thunberg inspired young people around the world to walk out of school for a few hours to demand action against global warming. This Friday, supporters of the movement are asking adults and businesses to join in the strike.