We are proud to be the Climate Impact Sponsor for the Climate Leadership Conference, offsetting the emissions for the conference venue use, attendee travel, and hotel accommodation. This year's event will take place in Washington, D.C. May 24-26.
The annual Climate Leadership Conference is North America’s premier event dedicated to addressing the climate crisis through policy, innovation, and business solutions. This year’s event will be focused on the theme "Policy and Implementation: Racing to Net Zero." The conference brings together forward-thinking leaders from business, government, academia, and the non-profit community to explore energy and climate solutions and opportunities that accelerate the transition to a net-zero future.
Alterra Hetzel, Senior Vice President of Client Solutions in North America, will moderate a panel session entitled "Nature Based Solutions: Ensuring Quality and Longevity" on Thursday, May 26, alongside panelists from Danone, Environmental Defense Fund, and Amazon. Climate Impact Partners' staff Melissa Vernon, Arti Dhar, and Miguel Sossa will also attend the event. Come visit them at our exhibit booth.
Interested in learning more about net zero? Be sure to check out our blog post on the CLC website about a new resource to help companies navigate their journey to net zero.
More information on the conference can be found here.
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