Helping the Youth Become Leaders of Sustainable and Climate Resilient Societies


Event Date 01 Apr 2024 (Mon), 04:00 PM - 06:00 PM
Venue LT2A, North Spine, NTU (Location Map)
Organiser SSRC Ideas Festival / NTU (Email : )


Event Info
In the urgent quest to tackle the climate crisis, the youth play a critical role in building the resilient and sustainable cities of tomorrow.

This panel discussion focuses on the crucial collaboration between scientists and researchers from different backgrounds to effectively convey academic findings to, and engage with the younger generations. Anchored by the new Climate Transformation Programme led by NTU Singapore, this event brings together researchers, educators, and youth representatives to discuss how the youth can be empowered to take meaningful action against climate change and actively contribute to the development of sustainable societies.

Professor Benjamin Horton, Director of the Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS) and Professor, Asian School of the Environment (ASE), NTU Singapore
Professor Shirley Ho, Associate Vice President (Humanities, Social Sciences & Research Communication), NTU Singapore
Assistant Professor Janice Lee, Assistant Professor, ASE, and Principal Investigator, EOS, NTU Singapore
Assistant Professor Yong Ming Lee, Assistant Professor, National Institute of Education - Psychology and Child & Human Development, NTU Singapore
Mr Eugene Wambeck, Director, Exhibitions, Science Centre Singapore
Ms Rachael Goh, Student, ASE, NTU Singapore
Ms Isha Singh, Student, School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, NTU Singapore

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