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    April 12, 2021 | 8:30 AM

    The Climate Crisis is Hurting Latin America – Take Action Now To Stop It

    Latin America is one of the most hard-hit regions by climate change and one of the most diverse places on the planet.

    By attending the upcoming Climate Reality Leadership Corps Virtual Latin America Training and becoming a Climate Reality Leader, you can help protect its precious ecosystems and Indigenous knowledge. Let's generate action from the ground up to face climate change from the front lines.

    We are preparing the next generation of climate diplomats in Latin America to bring about global and ambitious climate action. That’s why, after the training, you can work with our Latin America branch to become an international climate policy expert through our program Operación COP.

    You can then join our Global Climate Simulations, where you will be able to play the role of a country delegate before the United Nations, and learn how to participate in real-world negotiations.

    Voices for Climate is another branch program, one that empowers entire communities by delivering impactful presentations about the truth of climate change that inspire action.

    And if you are a natural storyteller, you can join our Let's Talk About Climate Change campaign.

    Help us put the climate crisis at the center of the public agenda to influence more ambitious climate action from decision-makers at every level. By expanding the conversation around the science, impacts, and solutions to the climate crisis, we can influence governments and companies to do the right thing.

    Ready to Take the Next Step?

    Make a difference in 2021 and beyond by becoming part of the Climate Reality Leadership Corps, a global community of world-changers leading the fight for just climate solutions across Central and South America – and around the world.

    In July, we will host a virtual Latin America training that will connect learners, activists, and leaders from around the region.

    The training will explore the climate challenges people across Latin America face, as well as the exciting success stories that you can be a part of through our regional branch. The event will be held primarily in Spanish with some additional sessions also taking place in English.

    Click here to be the first to know when registration opens for the Climate Reality Leadership Corps Virtual Latin America Training.

    Before You Go

    At Climate Reality, we work hard to create high-quality educational content like blogs, e-books, videos, and more to empower people all over the world to fight for climate solutions and stand together to drive the change we need. We are a nonprofit organization that believes there is hope in unity, and that together, we can build a safe, sustainable future.

    But we can't do it without your help.

    If you enjoyed what you’ve just read and would like to see more, please consider making a generous gift to support our ongoing work to fight climate denial and support solutions.

    Natalia Lever

    Branch Manager of Climate Reality Latin America

    Natalia Lever is the branch manager for Mexico and Latin America of The Climate Reality Project. She founded and served as the executive director of VERDE AC, a nonprofit agency dedicated to environmental education. Natalia has vast experience in the development of sustainable local businesses and has focused on fighting poverty and malnutrition in Mexico City and surrounding regions. She has worked with renewable energies and green technologies for over five years, bringing new alternatives to sustainable agriculture and energy supply to vulnerable communities. She holds a BA in international relations from the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico (ITAM) and a certificate in environmental education for sustainability by the Iberoamerican University (IBERO). She is an expert in sustainable development and a passionate advocate for the environment with a self-starter spirit and entrepreneurial skills.