Climate Change Conference Accompanying Youth to a Hope-filled Future Loyola University Chicago is pleased to announce our 2020 climate change conference March 12-13, 2020 Registration Keynote Conversation Poster Session Conference Agenda Sponsors Panels AJCU Pre Conference Workshop Student Climate Summit Hotels and Parking View our past conference websites, here. Across the country, the climate crisis has mobilized young people to action. Twenty-three-year-old Kelsey Juliana is suing the United States government for her constitutional right to a livable planet. Teenager Tokata Iron Eyes organizes and advocates for indigenous rights and against fossil fuel interests as part of the Standing Rock Youth. Across the country, the climate crisis has mobilized young people to action. Panel topics will include: how climate change is driving displacement and the climate migrant’s plight, an intergenerational conversation between our keynote climate activists and their mentors, climate advocacy through art, and Chicago youth activists. Thanks to a very generous donation from the Alvin H. Baum Family Fund, all student tickets to Loyola’s Sixth Climate Change Conference Keynote Conversation on Thursday, March 12, 2020, will be complimentary. Students, register for our free Keynote Conversation. Don't forget to register for our Student Climate Summit before our Keynote Conversation.