In collaboration with the YMCA, we are hosting our fourth and last workshop for women and girls. All women are welcome but please register because spaces are limited! Come be inspired by women doing extraordinary things in your community in fields such as conservation, STEM, environmental work and more.
CLEO institute on panel for St. Thomas University’s 2nd annual conference on Climate, Nature and Society
On April 4th, The CLEO Institute will take part in a panel discussion called I Can Do All Things: Solutions for Climate Stewardship, as part of the 2 day annual conference Climate, Nature and Society, hosted by St-Thomas University and The Nature Conservancy.
Climate Lecture for Immaculata-LaSalle High School- This event is private, and only for students attending this school.
Our annual Empowering Capable Climate Communicators is set to take place on April 26 & 27. Tickets are limited. For more information please go to our ECCC2019 tab.
Join CLEO for a climate change 101 presentation at the West Kendall Regional Library, YOU Make Miami workspace.
Join us at the beautiful Sacred Space Miami for our climate literacy workshop focused on health with special guest, Valeria Hinojosa from Water Thru Skin.
In collaboration with the YMCA, we are hosting our third workshop for women and girls in our 4 part series. All women are welcome but please register because spaces are limited! Come learn about civic engagement and what you can do to have an impact in your community.
In collaboration with the YMCA, we are launching our program in Allapattah for women and girls. All women are welcome but please register because spaces are limited! Come learn about how climate change is impacting our health and more.
Join the GenCLEO gang!
On January 28th, a few high school students that are part of the GenCLEO movement will present their climate change presentations, to be certified CLEO Speakers. WE will have a special presentation by Maya, who will discuss her CitroLife project, to help reduce Miamians exposure to vector-borne diseases such as Zika.