Climate and Social Justice Activist
Adélaïde Charlier is a renowned climate and social justice activist who has been at the forefront of youth-led movements for change. As a co-founder of Youth For Climate Belgium, she has mobilized thousands of young people and played a pivotal role in climate marches, campaigns, and international conferences.
Currently studying Political & Social Sciences, Adélaïde combines her academic knowledge with real-world experiences to deepen her understanding of the complex challenges we face.
Her advocacy extends beyond borders, having sailed across the Atlantic Ocean and advised the Vice President of the European Commission on addressing the urgent issues of our generation.
Passionate about sports, particularly triathlon, Adélaïde exemplifies discipline and perseverance. Her passion for physical and mental resilience translates into her activism, where she strives to protect the interconnected aspects of our world.