2022 program

All of our virtual events will take place exclusively on                

and our in-person events will take place in Los Angeles.

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DAY 3: SATURDAY, june 25

Presented by:
Spotlight on "Lit: Stories from the Frontlines of Climate Justice"
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VIRTUAL

STAGE

9:30 AM - 10:00 AM PST

Spotlight on "Lit: Stories from the Frontlines of Climate Justice"

Earthjustice calls its climate justice storytelling project, Lit,  a connector "between the climate crisis, systemic racism, and extreme inequality — while highlighting the women, men, youth, LGBTQ+, Black, Brown, and Indigenous people around the world who are tackling these issues." This conversation is for creators who are looking for character inspiration when developing content about everyday people doing what they can where they are to take climate action in their own communities and workplaces.

Featuring:
Coretta Anderson
Jessica Knoblauch

VIRTUAL

SESSION

10:30 AM - 11:35 AM PST

Climate Storytelling Session: Screenwriting in the Age of Climate Change

In this one-hour workshop, we’ll demonstrate how the “climate lens” can be used to integrate climate change into any and every storyline, from brief mentions to climate-driven characters. We’ll explore an array of human emotions that climate change can conjure (climate change doesn’t need to only rouse despair!).  Together we’ll apply these ideas through writing prompts and a mock writers’ room.

Featuring:
Carmiel Banasky
Rae Binstock
Amanda Chen
Anna Jane Joyner
In Partnership with:
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VIRTUAL

SESSION

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PST

#CreateResponsibly: Collective Action & Movement Building Across Industries & Landscapes

Greening production practices are critical for addressing climate change and our carbon footprints. But what about our literal footprints? When we utilize a space to create and share our art or message, we have a shared responsibility to one another, future generations, and the land itself along with its inhabitants.

Learn how you can join the #CreateResponsibly movement to inspire better outdoor creation and recreation practices.

Featuring:
Katie Boué
Tom Putnam
Dusty Vaughn
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VIRTUAL NETWORKING

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM PST

Cross-Pollinating Solutions:
A Networking Event

Presented by:
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Featuring:
Rachel Bouton
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IN-PERSON

KENNETH HAHN PARK

4:30 PM - 6:30 PM PST

Walk the Talk: Create Community

by Building It

​Walk the talk in community to learn about local climate justice efforts, meet new friends, and breathe and move through our eco anxiety. Hike will include several stops along the way to hear from leaders on eco-anxiety and mental health, non violent direct action, intersectionality, collective resourcing and more!

Join other solutions-oriented visionaries for an hour of connection and community presented by Fix, Grist's Solutions Lab. Meet folks in the media and entertainment industry, as well as folks working in climate solutions and build connections around hope and possibility.

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IN-PERSON

SAGE BISTRO

7:00 PM - 10:00 PM PST

In-Person Networking Hour: Meet Summit Attendees

​Eat, drink, and hang with some awesome media professionals, artists, activists, and experts. Feel free to just show up, but you can also register below.