#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.

Diego Luna

Actor, Producer & Activist

Emilia Saiz

Secretary-General UCLG


Singer & Founder Hombre Naturaleza

Enric Sala

National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence

Enrique Riquelme

President & CEO Cox Energy

Eva Longoria

Actress & Founder Latino Victory

Fher Olvera

Singer Maná & Environmentalist

Francia Márquez

Human-rights and Environmental Activist

Francisca Cortés Solari

Executive President Filantropía Cortés Solari

Francisco Benedito

CEO of Climate Trade

Francisco Vera

Youth Activist

Gael García

Actor, Producer& Activist

Gisele Bündchen

Model & Environmentalist

Gonzalo Muñoz

COP25 High-Level Champion

Guillermo Peñalosa

Founder of 8-80 Cities

Gustavo Manrique

Minister of the Environment, Water and Ecological Transition of Ecuador

Helder Zahluth Barbalho

Governor of Pará

Helena Gualinga

Environmental and Indigenous Rights Defender Kichwa Sarayaku community in Pastaza

Horacio Rodríguez-Larreta

 Chief of Government of the City of Buenos Aires

Irací Hassler

Mayor of Santiago de Chile

Irma Galindo Barrios

Indigenous Activist & Forest Defender

Isaias Hernandez

Founder Queer Brown Vegan

Jamie Margolin

Founder Zero Hour

Javier Bardem

Actor & Environmentalist

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.