Climate Reality Talks

Problem Statement

Administrative or social leaders of the public and private sector of Guayaquil need to be trained in sustainability and local climate action (due to climate change) so that they can renew their professional activities and achieve zero externality.

Target Group

(a) Administrative leaders with no prior knowledge on sustainability and (b) social leaders of the public and private sector who want to better understand the effects of climate change specifically in Guayaquil

Proposed Solutions

The Climate Reality leaders (from the hub and external) will collaborate by giving the Climate Reality talk in a recurring space every month to train groups of people who are already in management positions or who are training in business administration so that they can make green decisions in the short and medium term generating a multiplying effect of this knowledge in the organizations in which they work.

Short-term goals

By the end of 2023, we estimate to have trained at least 100 people - At the end of this project or the first year of operations, it is estimated that at least 200 people will be trained

Long-term goals

Awareness about the climate reality with potential strategic allies that promote sustainability in their industries.


How many people did the project mobilized? 200 people at the end of the first year of operations

How many Shapers participated? The project can work with at least 3 shapers

How many sessions were held: There will be collaboration with 1 university and at least 6 sessions will be held.

Project Collaborators:

  • Jodie Padilla, Madely Ramirez, Belen Bucaram

  • Directorate of Innovation and Competitiveness of the Municipality of Guayaquil.

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