Pathways to Action for Climate Correction leveraging the Inflation Reduction Act

The passing of the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) of 2022 represents the most aggressive investment in combatting climate change this nation has ever seen. This 369-billion-dollar commitment aims to put the U.S. on target for a 40% emissions reduction by 2030, potentially making the U.S. a leader in climate action on the global stage. With this level of commitment, it’s natural to ask the question, “What’s next?”.

This will be the main topic of the Climate Correction™ Conference 2023 to be hosted by VoLo Foundation this Friday, March 3, 2023, in Orlando, Florida. This premier, annual climate action conference is focused on driving innovative solutions to address climate change.

“Anytime we can bring together community leaders from a myriad of diverse perspectives, including practitioners, problem solvers and passionate advocates, we all gain new insights and strengthen our collaborative efforts in taking climate action,” said Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer. “To be able to convene annually at the VoLo Conference allows us to continue to elevate the conversations around current challenges and find ways to further grow our sustainability and resiliency efforts throughout the City of Orlando,” said the Mayor.

This gathering will bring industry experts together to define what we can expect in the coming years and how people can engage in the conversation and act. Speakers include Alex Nichols-Vinueza from World Wildlife Fund (WWF), Ann Livingston from Southeast Sustainability Directors Network, Susan Glickman of Florida Clinicians For Climate Action, John Morales, Founder & Lead Certified Consulting Meteorologist, ClimaData Corp, renowned personality Roberto Manrique representing JuntosXLaTierra, Dawn Shirreffs, Florida Director, Environmental Defense Fund, Betilde Muñoz-Pogossian of the Organization of American States, Ramón Cruz, President of Sierra Club, Luis Tineo from Climate Change Group, World Bank, Lucienne Pears from Babcock Ranch, and Ashley Van Stone, Sustainability Manager of City of Orlando, among others.

“Art activism is a powerful tool for environmental change because it inspires people at an emotional level, something that data alone can’t always do. At our annual Climate Correction conference, we bring the best leaders of climate data to the main stage. This year we are thrilled to partner with Allison Dayka to create this massive climate art mural, which is a powerful vehicle for the data to reach those who have the power to mitigate global warming,” says VoLo Foundation Co-founder Thais Lopez Vogel.

As part of this initiative, VoLo Foundation has partnered with artist Allison Dayka, a well-known TIME™ Pieces artist passionate about the environment, casting light upon, and triggering action for change. Dayka will be painting a climate art mural located at 2434 E Robinson Street, Orlando, FL 32803.

“René, my husband, and I feel honored to be able to offer the community a small window to such an important issue as Climate Control. This is not only a community issue but a world issue that if we don’t work together to fix, I believe will not leave much for our children and coming generations. Awareness and education on such issues is the beginning of the solution,” said Angie Berio, owner of the building where the mural will be displayed.

The unveiling of the mural will be on Thursday, March 2, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM.

VoLo Foundation is a private nonprofit foundation with a mission to accelerate change and global impact by supporting science-based climate solutions, enhancing education, and improving health.


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