As society becomes more aware of the importance of living and working sustainably, the demand for environmental expertise grows. This requires leaders who are passionate about the wellbeing of the planet and committed to efforts that have a resounding impact.
On April 27, five United Nations Ambassadors from Pacific island nations will come to Dallas for the Island Resilience Forum (IRF) at EarthX to discuss the fight against climate change from the front lines. Leaders from Vanuatu, Tuvalu, Kingdom of Tonga, Independent State of Samoa, and the Solomon Islands will be joined by a delegation from Sint Maarten led by Minister Cornelius De Weever, who is overseeing national recovery and resilience. Leading global advocates who are achieving the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) will participate in interviews and panels throughout the day. This invitation-only event will be live streamed on the Facebook page for March For Science, whose leaders will be participating.
Social Revolt, a market-leading advertising agency focused on programs that advance climate change and clean energy solutions, is a proud partner of the Island Resilience Forum. “This is a proud moment for Dallas,” said Marty Martinez, CEO of Social Revolt. “We are humbled with the opportunity to bring together so many global leaders in a city that champions innovation and big ideas.”
Social Revolt is reaching out to civic leaders across Dallas and wanted to provide an equal opportunity for students and environmental advocates to attend the invite-only, live-stream event as well. If you’re interested in attending the Island Resilience Forum this Saturday, April 27th from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at Fair Park, please reach out to Social Revolt’s Fellowship Program (information below) and let them know who you are, what you’ve done, and why you’d like to join.
Kindly do so by Friday at 12 pm CST and Social Revolt will let interested folks know by 5 pm CST if they can accommodate with a free entry into the event.