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Saturday, April 17 • 4:15pm - 5:15pm
How to Host Your Own Youth Climate Court

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We'll share the skills you'll need to organize and conduct a Youth Climate Court in your community or school, with no funding necessary. You will learn to hold your local governments accountable for their action or inaction in protecting your rights in relation to the climate crisis. If the court finds the government guilty, they issue mandates to the government specifying remedies. This is geared for people ages teens to mid-20s.


Maia Stout

High School Student, Director & First Chair Prosecutor, and Leader & Founder, Youth Climate Courts - Newport, Oregon Youth for Climate
Maia Stout, sixteen year old high school student, director and first chair prosecutor of Youth Climate Courts Newport and a leader and founder of Oregon Youth for Climate.

Kaydance Redwine

Newport Oregon Climate Court Second Chair Prosecuting Attorney, Youth Climate Court
Hi! My name is Kaydance Redwine (she/her), and I am a junior at Newport High School. I have been a part of Oregon Youth 4 Climate and protesting with them for 3 years! I am grateful to be a part of the Youth Climate Court and create a precedent for regular people like me around the... Read More →

Joelle Winn

Witness for Youth Climate Courts, Newport Youth Climate Courts
I'm a 17 year old student and activist from the Oregon Coast. Growing up, I have experienced the effects of climate change in many ways, from seeing annual natural disasters to observing the sociological effects on communities who are currently letting the world die. From a young... Read More →

Lisa Millstein

Law Student, Legal Fellow, University of Oregon, Youth Climate Courts
Lisa Millstein is a Law Student at the University of Oregon and the Legal Fellow at Youth Climate Courts. She graduated from the University of Oregon in 2019 with a bachelors degree in Environmental Studies and Geography. She has a background in education and community organizing... Read More →

Saturday April 17, 2021 4:15pm - 5:15pm EDT