2040 US Virtual Screenings

Q&A 2040 The Power of Youth Voices // Tues, 30th June 2020 // 7.30 PM ET / 4.30 PM PT

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Join us at 7.30 PM ET / 4.30 PM PT for a conversation with director Damon Gameau, climate justice activist Xiye Bastida (The Re-Earth Initiative), climate activist Alexandra Berry (Children For Change), and our host, co-founder, Annelise Bauer (Children For Change) for a truly inspirational Q&A, discussing youth activism, and how young people are using their voices for positive change.

Award-winning director Damon Gameau embarks on a journey to explore what the future could look like by 2040 if we simply embraced the best solutions that exist today.

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Guest Speakers:

Director, Damon Gameau

Damon is an award-winning writer, director, author and activist. In 2015, he released his debut feature documentary 'That Sugar Film' , which broke Australian box office records, was released in 25 territories and picked up a host of awards around the world. He also authored a companion book, 'That Sugar Book', which was a best seller in Australia, is published in 20 countries and translated into 8 languages. Damon’s latest feature documentary ‘2040’ recently become one of Australia’s highest grossing documentaries of all time and is currently being released internationally. His accompanying book ‘2040: A Handbook for the Regeneration’ is published by Pan Macmillan. An in-demand thought leader and keynote speaker, Damon has received numerous accolades for his work, including a nomination for NSW Australian of the Year in 2020.

Xiye Bastida

Xiye Bastida is a teenage climate activist based in New York City and one of the lead organizers of the Fridays For Future youth climate strike movement.

For the first climate strike in March, 2019, she mobilized 600 students from her school and has taken a citywide leadership role in organizing climate strikes and speaking out about climate justice issues in rallies and town halls. Bastida was born and raised in Mexico as part of the Otomi-Toltec indigenous peoples. She sits on the administration committee of the Peoples Climate Movement, where she brings the voice of youth to existing grassroots and climate organizations. Bastida launched a youth activism training program to expand the climate justice movement and is co-founder of Re-Earth Initiative. In 2018, she was invited to the 9th United Nations World Urban Forum to speak about indigenous cosmology. She received the “Spirit of the UN” award in 2018.

Alexandra Berry

Alexandra Berry has been involved with Children for Change at Hidden Valley Elementary School since she was in 3rd grade. She is currently a 5th grader preparing to enter White Hill Middle School in the fall. Some of Alexandra’s work has included campaigning at her school to educate students how to properly dispose of waste, participating in the C4C challenge hikes, making meals for the homeless, and acting as a member of the C4C Homeless Summit to decide how to distribute funds raised by her local C4C chapter. Alexandra and two classmates made a game called “Schools and Ladders” with a Climate Change twist. Using recycled plastic straws, wrapping paper, tubes and food containers they demonstrated how to make use of recycled household products to make games. Through her work at C4C, Alexandra has learned about the importance of bringing awareness to issues that impact our world. She is hoping for and working towards a brighter future by making change happen now. Alexandra believes we all need to be collaborative change agents.

Host, Annelise Bauer

Annelise is the co-founder (with her sons) and Executive Director of Children for Change an organization empowering youth to become global change makers with the knowledge, confidence, and empathy to make a positive impact in their world. Annelise serves as an elected member of the Ross Valley School Board, a member of The Bay School of San Francisco School Board, on the Leadership Council of Rise Up, as the Princeton University Alumni Schools Committee Chair - Marin, and in numerous other school-related volunteer jobs. She recently retired from her intellectual property lawyer job to focus on C4C and is loving every minute of it!

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