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Eco Loci II

The second conference was held on July 17-18th, 2021, with the Curae Organization and Environmental Frontline Organization. 191 participants from Mexico, India, Korea, USA, Pakistan, and more joined the sessions that addressed Genetic Modification, Decreasing Carbon Emissions, and Disposal of Medical Waste under the theme of 'Bouncing Back from Challenges.'

Recap videos:

Eco Loci I

The first conference under the theme of

'Youth for Change in the 21st Century' was held on February 6th, 2021, in partnership with the Curae organization and the WeTogether organization. 98 participants from Korea, India, Indonesia, Bhutan, etc. came together to discuss Sustainable Lifestyle and Fashion, Greener and Cleaner 2040, and Our Role in Climate Change.

Eco Loci III

The third conference was held on March 5-6th, 2022, with the Curae Organization. The event comprised a presentation about deforestation and open-mic discussion. 70 participants aged 12-35 from different parts of the world, including Australia, Bolivia, and the Philippines engaged in interactive activities and conversations about how we could prevent and stop deforestation by 2030.

Eco Loci IV

Eco Loci's 4th edition with the theme "sustainable living" was held in hybrid (offline seminar and online webinar) during the 4th and 5th of May 2022. Five members of Greener is Cleaner, Xin Yi, Aiko Chang, Nga Yu En (Lydia), Nga Jia En (Lydia), and Zi Xin from Ipoh Malaysia courageously planned this event at their school. For the seminar, Carys Wong, a knowledgeable guest speaker from WWF Malaysia, spoke on water conservation. We also had a competitive Kahoot game and a planting activity that was fun. In the webinar, we invited Nathan, the founder of Microphone Initiative, Divya Kilikar from the ClimACT Initiative, and our founder, Cherry Sung, to speak about different topics. 

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Eco Loci VI

On November 26th, 2022, more than 50 youths from Bhutan, South Korea, Colombia, Indonesia, India, Mexico, Pakistan, Lebanon, Bolivia, Uzbekistan, and more countries around the world gathered around to discuss and learn more about our global climate emergency in the Eco Loci VI conference! The theme was “Thinking Critically for Our Future: COP27.” We learned more about COP, what happened in the most recent COP, and the greenwashing that unfortunately happened in COP27. We also discussed our concerns regarding the climate events of this year in countries represented by our participants.

It was a beautiful moment where youths could have a space of reflection and see what actions could be taken in our communities. One of the participants said, “It is really important to observe and discuss what and how climate change is affecting human life.” Another said, “I congratulate Greener is Cleaner for creating this space where you openly deal with environmental issues. The dynamics of the meeting was incredible; new things were always learned, and it was very interactive. I feel grateful for having participated in this space.”

Eco Loci VIII

On 18th of November, 2023, around 20 people from South Korea, Uganda, Suriname, Singapore, Colombia, Kenya, India, Pakistan, Bolivia, Poland, and more countries around the world gathered around to discuss a variety of environmental issues during the 8th edition of Eco Loci - a unique virtual conference organized by Greener is Cleaner, Curae, and ECO Pact.

The theme of this year’s Eco Loci was “The Phenomenon of El Niño”: The Evolution of The Negative Effects of Climate Change! We had two panelists: William Wilson from The Borrowed Earth Project: Climate Resources for a Better Future and Sarai Gomez Aguirre leading the Environmental Sustainability: Climate Change and Challenges for Developing Countries. Each one taught us how we can better care for the environment by being aware of the situation and taking action about it.

Eco Loci V

For Eco Loci's 5th iteration on June 2, 2022, Eco Loci was held privately through a collaboration with the Explore N Express project that connects students from India, Spain, Thailand, the Czech Republic, Bhutan, and Lithuania. Cherry Sung (Greener is Cleaner founder) spoke about youth empowerment for environmental action, while Deepika Neryanuri (Curae Organization founder) spoke about eco-anxiety for an audience of around 70 students and faculty members..

Eco Loci VII

On the 29th of April, 2023, around 30 people from Bhutan, South Korea, Colombia, Kenya, India, Mexico, Pakistan, Ghana, Bolivia, Poland, and more countries around the world gathered around to discuss a variety of environmental issues during the 7th edition of Eco Loci - a unique virtual conference organized by Greener is Cleaner and Curae.

The theme of this year's Eco Loci was “A Tribute to Mother Earth: Invest in our Planet.” We had 4 panelists: Coco Xu from Food Bank Prem, Erin Baek and Joseph Lee leading the "Styroworms" project, and a Biodiversity and Climate Change Specialist, Ms. Shristi Manna. Each one of them taught us a way of how we can take better care of the environment by making positive changes and investing in our planet.

Eco Loci IX

On May 26th, 2024, we collaborated with two organizations, Activate Green, and ECB Sustainable Foundation. This conference was based on Tribute to the International Day for Biological Diversity that took place on May 22nd. Around 20 people from India, South Korea, Mexico, Nigeria, Ecuador, Indonesia, and Timor-Leste gather with us to discuss Biodiversity. Biodiversity is a topic that we sometimes ignore, and we have to remind ourselves that without it, we wouldn´t be here to thrive and appreciate it.


The theme of the conference was"Biodiversity Beyond Borders: Uniting Nations for Conservation and Sustainability." We had the opportunity to hear from Darien Castro from Ecuador, a biologist, about endemic species, which are a property of an ecosystem to be considered a high-priority conservation center. The presence or absence of these species during a time like this Holocene can give us a pathway or route to describe the side effects of human activities and the indirect influence of ecosystem degradation by the climate crisis. We focused on Ecuador and Brazil since they are considered hotspots of biodiversity. We learned that, in particular, Ecuador can contribute to proportional biodiversity per area that, in terms of surface measures, can be higher than the US and Canada together in just one acre. 

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