Climate Resilience

Climate resilience

Our generation is witnessing the most rapid global change in human history. Systemic shifts are profound for species, oceans, and the air we breathe.

We are called to create new approaches to sustainability, economic development, urban organization, resource renewal and reuse. Conflict is deeply embedded in global warming and will be a tool to leverage wisely if we want to continue to call this planet home. The Bartos Institute is proud to co-sponsor Climate Change policy scenarios and to engage with allies in the region around issues of renewable energy, water stewardship, and food justice.

“The virtue and the strength of UWC is that it provides small, but powerful cells of innovation, catalysts for change, breaking barriers of habit and opening broader vistas of experience for both pupils and educationalists.”

— Nelson Mandela, Former UWC President