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We are building a creative community addressing the climate crisis through social justice.  

ARE YOU READY TO INSPIRE? 

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We use arts and culture to inspire environmental action for social good.

 

INSPIRE more people
 
Our Creative Communication programs communicate tough social and environmental topics in creative ways through arts and culture.
Learn through ACTion
 
Our Learning-By-Doing programs develop your leadership skills through real-life problem solving and community service.  
SHARE resources
 
Our Curated Actions programs create unique opportunities for you to implement and share your ideas, expertise, and solutions.

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Think Like a Kid

 

We are excited to share our newest film, Think Like a Kid,  a series of interviews between children and climate leaders from around the world! These kids sat down to ask the adults questions about their experience, but you will be surprised at what we found! 

 

Help us make more videos like this by subscribing to our YouTube channel. If we reach +1,000 subscribers we will have the opportunity to use the YouTube Space in NYC to create more inspirational videos like this! Click the button below to subscribe today! Thank you for your support!

Link to Human Impacts Institute YouTube channel
Link to Human Impacts Institute YouTube channel
Link to Human Impacts Institute YouTube channel

Nominate Today

OPEN UNTIL 15 FEB 2021

Nominate an Indigenous Youth or Womxn Climate Leader.  Let's amplify stories of leadership that matter!

Join the Crew

ROLLING SUBMISSION

Want to dig deeper into our work and mission?  See what opportunities we have to join our Crew, including internships, Youth Advisory Council, Advisory and Board, and volunteers!

Become a Member

JOIN OUR COMMUNITY

For less than the price of one coffee per month, your membership supports our mission and helps us use the arts and culture to engage more people in making a more just and livable world.

Nominate Today

1 MARCH 2021

Know an amazing New Yorker leading on environmental health work?  Nominate them for our Health Ambassador Fellowship in partnership with the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation, Brooklyn Public Library, and the Moth.

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