KlimatFest 2021, a climate party with debates, workshops and artistic and cultural activities

KlimatFest 2021, a climate party with debates, workshops and artistic and cultural activities
KlimatFest 2021, a climate party with debates, workshops and artistic and cultural activities

Milano – From Friday 4th to Sunday 6th June 2021 al Niguarda lake at North Milan Park the second edition of the Climate Fest, the party for the climate promoted by the North Park Associations Consultation in collaboration with the Parco Nord Milan Authority. Three days of debates, workshops and artistic and cultural activities are scheduled.

Milano – Accredited within the ministerial program All4Climate, among the initiatives organized in view of the two preparatory events for Cop26 to be held in Milan (Pre-Cop26 and Youth4Climate2021: Driving Ambition), this year the Climate Fest takes on an international dimension e increasingly aimed at young people.

Milano – Throughout the weekend, associations, organizations, institutions, experts and researchers meet in order to take up the environmental challenge on a global scale, gathering resources, energy and knowledge within the festival for questioning and discussing the policies to be pursued to tackle the current climate and social crisis. Who he complete program of the Climate Fest 2021.

This event was updated with new information on 06/03/2021 at 5:05 pm.

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