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Online Forum Seeks to Raise Climate Awareness

An Upsilon Sigma Phi initiative.
by The reportr team
Jun 29, 2021
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Environment advocates have launched the Climate Action Network Talks to raise awareness on the worsening climate situation.

The group is organizing talks from August this year through August 2023. It's an initiative of the Upsilon Sigma Phi fraternity.

"While it seems that COVID-19 is our biggest challenge now, it’s a fact that two of the biggest threats we are facing remains to be climate change and social inequality. Climate change is not just an environmental concern but also a social one, especially when it unjustly impact the lives and livelihoods of specific groups of people in our society," said Unilever Vice President for Sustainability and Upsilon Sigma Phi Alumni Association President Ed Sunico.

Visit this page for more details on the U-Talks.

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