VoLo Foundation, in partnership with the University of Central Florida, invites you to the Second Annual Climate Correction, a conference and expo dedicated to sharing and collaborating on climate change solutions. Last year’s event filled the auditorium with attendees eager to learn from industry experts, like David S. Vogel, Katharine Hayhoe, Alex Slocum, and many more. In 2019, prepare to be blown away by cutting edge research and innovation; join us where crisis and opportunity intersect. If you have an interest in renewable energy, sea-level rise, clean eating, and sustainable living this conference is for you.
The CC Engagement Expo invites attendees to have direct involvement with current climate solutions. To participate in this year’s Expo, apply here. Expo applications conclude on August 23rd.
If you are currently enrolled at a Florida college or university be sure to check out the VISTA Award competition to showcase your own solution and compete for $10,000! Another opportunity is our Art Walk which provides student artists the opportunity to have their work showcased and win one of three scholarships, valued at $750, $500, and $250.
Senior Correspondent, Noticias Telemundo
Director for Program in Atmospheric Sciences, University of Georgia
State House Representative (D-47),
Florida House of Representatives
Director of Sustainability & Resilience, City of Orlando
Senior Policy Advisor, Consultant, Ocean Conservancy
Senior Strategic Director, Natural Resources Defense Council
The VoLo VISTA Award is specifically for students who display exemplary leadership, along with Vision, Innovation, Sustainability, Technology, and Adaptation in climate solutions within the State of Florida. VoLo is looking to gather proposals from your undergraduate and graduate students who are enrolled full-time at your school. VoLo will invite the finalist student individuals or teams to present their ideas at our annual Climate Correction conference in Orlando, FL. At Climate Correction, audience members will assist VoLo’s Founders in determining the project that best drives positive change in climate solutions. The University affiliated with the winning project will be receive a $10,000 gift from VoLo, to help the student(s) grow the project’s efforts.
“The time is past when humankind thought it could selfishly draw on exhaustible resources. We know now the world is not a commodity.”
October 3rd, 2019
UCF Student Union
Pegasus Grand Ballroom