Climate Fresk, featured on NPR, is a gamified workshop that teaches participants how everything is connected in the climate crisis. The goal is to empower participants with an understanding and language to be able to speak to nuanced issues, and empower them to build a foundation to move a community towards action. The material is based on the most comprehensive source of climate data, leveraged by governments and businesses globally, the United Nation’s IPCC report.
This three-part workshop is segmented into learning about climate science, processing climate anxiety, and ends with a collective brainstorm. It’s been played by more than 1 million participants globally, in universities, governments, and large organizations, and is chosen as the standard for education in different sectors – the French government has chosen it as their gold standard and is training 25k employees in the next three years.
This workshop is the first of a two-part training to become a facilitator yourself and this tool can be leveraged in a professional capacity within governments, organizations, or in your local community. Learn More about Climate Fresk
About the Presenter:
Megan Yousef is an APTD-certified facilitator with a background rooted in change management. Having started her career as a pharmacist before pivoting into the training sphere, she’s passionate about empowering groups with the tools they need to take action. Megan serves as the Climate Fresk referent for the upper MidWest, and brings experience facilitating literacy workshops across a variety of settings, including local government, for climate advocacy groups, as well as a spread of larger industry.
Healing the Planet, Healing Communities, Healing Ourselves
A series of programs engaging communities at the intersections of personal leadership, trauma, healing, and the environment scheduled across spring of 2024 in the third annual Our Nature Series. Through the series, we will more deeply explore…
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The CLC hosts subject specific events throughout the year that align with our respective Community Programs. Our non-profit will also have immersive ways to connect through public events and fundraisers periodically.