#Los100Latinos - 2021

The 100 Latinos Most Committed to Climate Action

In collaboration with

The List

The 100 Latinos' List seeks to strengthen the leadership of the Latino community in the climate movement and step up collective action to confront the greatest challenge of our time, global warming. This initiative, carried out with the support of different organizations, highlights individuals for their commitment in areas such as climate activism, science, communications, environmental rights, sustainable policies, and corporate impact.

Adrianna Quintero

Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Energy Foundation

Alejandro Agag

Chairman Formula E Holdings

Alejandro Sanz

Singer & Environmentalist

Alex Silva

Co-founder EcoTok

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Congresswoman 14th District of New York

Alexandria Villaseñor

Co-Founder Earth Uprising

Alicia Bárcena

Executive Secretary of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean

Andrea Meza

Minister for the Environment and Energy of Costa Rica

António Guterres

Secretary-General of the United Nations

Antônio Luiz Seabra

Founder & Chairman Natura

Arap Bethke

Actor & Enviromentalist

Artemisa Xakriabá

Indigenous Climate Activist

Arturo Larena

Director EFEVerde & EFEFuturo

Belén Páez

President Fundación Pachamama

Camila Cabello

Singer & Enviromentalist

Carlos Vives

Artist and founder of "Tras la Perla" 

Carolina Mejía

Mayor of Santo Domingo

Carolina Vera

Vice Chair of WGI of the IPCC

Charly Alberti

Artist & Founder R21

Christiana Figueres

Global Climate Change Leader & Founder of Global Optimism

Claudia Bahamón

Founder of BeClá

Cristián Samper

President and Chief Executive of the Wildlife Conservation Society

Cristina Mittermeier

Writer, Conservationist and Photographer

Daniel Servitje

Chairman and CEO Bimbo Group

The Summit

The first initiative of its kind that focuses on connecting the Latino influence and the power of the media to discuss the role of the Latino community in ensuring the implementation of the Paris agreement and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. In 2020, the summit comes in a virtual format due to the health emergency caused by covid-19. it will have 1:1s, inspiring speakers, and group discussions around the climate emergency and its solutions.