#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.

Máxima Acuña

Human Rights Activist

Maximiliano Bello

Policy Advisor Mission Blue

Máximo Mazzocco

Founder Eco House

Melissa Cristina Márquez

Scientist, Communicator & Author

Monica Araya

Drive Electric Campaign Distinguished Fellow, ClimateWorks

Narcisa Mashienta

Co-founder and Coordinator of Pachamama Alliance’s Ikiama Nukuri

Nemonte Nenquimo

 President of the Waorani of Pastaza

Patricia Espinosa

Executive Secretary of the UNFCCC

Penélope Cruz

Actress & Activist

Ramón Cruz

 Former Sierra Club President

Raúl Grijalva

 US Representative AZ 3rd District

Rebeca Grynspan

Secretary-General of UNCTAD

Ricardo Quiñónez

Mayor of Guatemala

Rita El Zaghloul

Coordinator of the High Ambition Coalition (HAC) for Nature & People

Roberto Troya

Senior Vice President Country Offices and Regional Director LAC at WWF

Sebastián Navarro

Secretary General CC35

Sebastião Salgado

Photographer & Enviromentalist


Singer & Earthshot Council

Sônia Guajajara

Indigenous Environmental Activist

Su Santidad Papa Francisco

Head of the Catholic Church

Tais Gadea Lara

Multimedia Climate Reporter & Author of Planet at Red/Acción

Teresa Ribera

Minister for the Ecological Transition of Spain

Thais López Vogel

Trustee VoLo Foundation

Toya Montoya

Environmentalist & Founder O2 Reserve 

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.