March 28, 2022.
“Climate change is already a humanitarian crisis and kids are worried. Let’s grow inclusive and transformative environmental education opportunities, especially for children and youth in regions hardest hit by the climate emergency,” said Andrea Koehle Jones, Founder, Executive Director and Children’s Climate Education Advocate, The ChariTree Foundation.“Stockholm+50 offers a powerful opportunity to prioritize climate education and teach kids that they can help make the world a better place.”
The ChariTree Foundation and Founder, Andrea Koehle Jones, are in attendance at today’s Stockholm+50 Preparatory Meeting at the United Nations General Assembly.
Thank you to the Stockholm50 Team, co-chairs H.E. Annika @strandhall, Climate & Environment Minister of Sweden H.E. @Keriako_tobioko, Cabinet Secretary for Environment & Forestry of Kenya as well as @andersen_inger, UNEP Executive Director and Secretary-General of Stockholm+50. Thanks too to all the speakers, including Stéphane Dion (@AmbStephaneDion). I met so many inspiring people working towards a healthier planet.