Learn About the Climate Crisis from
a Trained Climate Reality Leader
On October 10–11, the world will be talking about the climate crisis online, and we invite you to be a part of those conversations by signing up below.
You’ve seen the headlines. You know the effects of COVID-19, environmental racism and inequities, and the climate crisis are plaguing communities around the globe. You want to what you can do. You’re not alone – and we think it’s time for answers.
So on October 10–11, we’re presenting 24 Hours of Reality: Countdown to the Future, a global, digital conversation on the climate crisis and how we solve it.
Although we are focused on presentations for October 10–11, you can sign up below to request a free presentation from a Climate Reality Leader in your community and search presentations scheduled around the world.
We are at a moment of truth and we must rebuild better. The world is talking about how we’ll solve this crisis, and you need to be part of the conversation.
Create a free account now to locate events OR request a presentation customized for your group.
What you'll get from registering
- Easy-to-understand information: Climate Reality Leaders can speak to your school, church, community group, or business and break down what’s happening to our climate, what it means for you, and what you can do.
- Engaging presentations and interactive discussion: Climate Reality Leaders are trained in public speaking, storytelling, and science. They know not only how to give an engaging presentation – but get your group talking.
- Hands-on assistance: We've been holding events for years and can help ensure yours goes smoothly.
- Presentations that speak to you: Climate Reality Leaders are well-versed in all aspects of climate change and are ready to address the issues that are important to you and your audience.
- The right messenger for your group: Climate Reality Leaders are in over 100 countries and come from all backgrounds and walks of life. Climate Reality Leaders can customize presentations to match any audience from a classroom of third-graders to a board room of CEOs.