Join us for a guest speaker presentation by Kelsey Juliana, a youth activist and lead plaintiff in Juliana v. U.S.
Juliana v. United States is about a failure by the U.S. government to act on climate change. The 21 youth named in the Our Childrens’ Trust lawsuit claim that by creating a national energy system that causes climate change, the U.S. government is depriving them of their constitutional rights to life, liberty, and property.
FREE ADMISSION AND REFRESHMENTS
Wednesday, September 19
1:00 pm, followed by Q&A
Doors open at 12:30 pm
Thunder Bay: Faculty Lounge
“I believe that climate change is the most pressing issue my generation
will ever face, indeed that the world has ever faced.
This is an environmental issue and it is also a human rights issue.”
- Kelsey Juliana
This event is sponsored by Graduate Studies and Research in Education, the Faculty of Health Sciences, the Faculty of Education, the Office of Sustainability, EcoSuperior, and the LUSU Sustainability Initiative.