National Climate Day will address five core themes. The morning will be dedicated to the subject of “shopping”, followed by “nutrition” over lunchtime. Later, the focus will shift to “climate facts”, “housing” and “mobility”. You can attend the panel discussions, listen in to the keynotes, or get active in the chat and submit your questions.
Swiss Future Prize
In addition, Climate Day will also include workshops for school groups presented via its website. One of the highlights of National Climate Day will be the presentation of the Swiss Future Prize, with the prize-winner chosen by means of a public vote. You can place your vote via this link. The jury that selected the shortlist includes a myclimate representative in our media spokesperson Kai Landwehr.
Make your climate promise now!
In the run-up to Climate Day, the “MyPromise” initiative is gathering promises for climate protection from individuals and businesses. Calculations of the impact on the climate made by these promises are carried out by myclimate as a network partner of the initiative.
myclimate is supporting the first Swiss Climate Day as a content partner. Get involved and set the course for the future! We look forward to receiving your climate promise in advance and to a day full of exciting discussions and interactions on 27 May.