Draft Schedule at a Glance
The schedule below is a draft. Times and activities are subject to change.
Make-St. Paul-Better-because-you-flew-on-a-plane-to-get-there fund
Traveling to a meeting about climate change presents an existential challenge for many, which is why each Forum EcoAdapt donates money to a local organization that undertakes climate adaptation activities. These donations serve as a way to support on-the-ground adaptation action in our host city.
This year, donations will go to support the work of Wakaŋ Tipi Awanyankapi (WTA), a Native-Led cultural and environmental conservation nonprofit in Saint Paul, Minnesota. WTA engages the community through three program areas, Cultural Connections and Healing, Environmental Education, and Urban Restoration and Conservation. Attendees can donate to support WTA’s activities as part of the registration process.
Attendees can sign up for field trip opportunities while registering for the Forum. Field trip capacity is limited, so space will be assigned on a first-come basis.