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THE NEST SUMMIT ON-DEMAND

The Nest Summit Campus brought 70+ speakers from leading organizations and the climate community together during Climate Week NYC 2022 for two full days of education, inspiration, and collaboration. If you couldn't join us in person, now is your chance to watch & replay the summit, on-demand!

Opening Remarks: Welcome to The Nest Summit Campus

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Bonnie Schneider is a national television meteorologist and the author of Taking the Heat: How Climate Change is Affecting Your Mind, Body & Spirit, and What You Can Do About It, (Simon & Schuster). Joining The Nest Summit Campus as the Master of Ceremonies, Bonnie hosts top climate leaders from across industries on the Main Stage – and kicks off the summit with a warm welcome from Britton Jones, CEO of The Nest Summit Campus, Chairman of The Board at Food Rescue US, and Member of NYC & Company's Sustainability Committee.

Getting Unstuck: How We Accelerate Climate Action

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The world now recognizes that climate change is a real and serious issue. But our actions to date are woefully insufficient to address the problem. How can we get unstuck? Renown climate expert Dr Jonathan Foley, Executive Director of Project Drawdown addresses how we can get on track with our climate goals, catch up and advance climate action more quickly.

Opening Remarks: Welcome to The Nest Summit Campus

The Nest Summit 2022_Opening Remarks 
 
Bonnie Schneider is a national television meteorologist and the author of Taking the Heat: How Climate Change is Affecting Your Mind, Body & Spirit, and What You Can Do About It, (Simon & Schuster). Joining The Nest Summit Campus as the Master of Ceremonies, Bonnie hosts top climate leaders from across industries on the Main Stage – and kicks off the summit with a warm welcome from Britton Jones, CEO of The Nest Summit Campus, Chairman of The Board at Food Rescue US, and Member of NYC & Company's Sustainability Committee.

Getting Unstuck: How We Accelerate Climate Action

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The world now recognizes that climate change is a real and serious issue. But our actions to date are woefully insufficient to address the problem. How can we get unstuck? Renown climate expert Dr Jonathan Foley, Executive Director of Project Drawdown addresses how we can get on track with our climate goals, catch up and advance climate action more quickly.

Carbon Solutions at Scale: Invest in Nature, Restore the Planet

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Now is the time to invest in nature-based carbon removal solutions — for the planet and your business. Help protect and restore our ecosystems, and secure a stream of future removal credits to achieve net zero. In this session, Aspiration CEO, Andrei Cherny and Chief Sustainability Officer, Olivia Albrecht talk about the planet-scale impact that Aspiration’s nature-based restoration program will drive to remove carbon and benefit communities around the world. Moderating the discussion is Peter Knight, Chair of The Climate Museum.

A Nature Positive Approach To Net-Zero Travel & Tourism

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How can Travel & Tourism fulfill its potential as a key nature positive sector and thereby lead the way to achieve the 1.5°C Paris Agreement target? Julia Simpson, President & CEO of the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), and Fred Dixon, President & CEO of NYC & Company, host a conversation with travel and tourism leaders on how the industry is doing its part.

Carbon Solutions at Scale: Invest in Nature, Restore the Planet

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Now is the time to invest in nature-based carbon removal solutions — for the planet and your business. Help protect and restore our ecosystems, and secure a stream of future removal credits to achieve net zero. In this session, Aspiration CEO, Andrei Cherny and Chief Sustainability Officer, Olivia Albrecht talk about the planet-scale impact that Aspiration’s nature-based restoration program will drive to remove carbon and benefit communities around the world. Moderating the discussion is Peter Knight, Chair of The Climate Museum.

A Nature Positive Approach To Net-Zero Travel & Tourism

6-Sep-26-2022-02-26-12-77-AM

 

How can Travel & Tourism fulfill its potential as a key nature positive sector and thereby lead the way to achieve the 1.5°C Paris Agreement target? Julia Simpson, President & CEO of the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC), and Fred Dixon, President & CEO of NYC & Company, host a conversation with travel and tourism leaders on how the industry is doing its part.

Breaking Down Silos to Accelerate Energy Efficiency

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The global economy is set to double in size over the next 20 years. By taking the available opportunities to become more energy efficient, we could power all the extra cars, homes and factories this growth will bring with the same amount of energy we use today.  Unfortunately, the reality is that the US is experiencing an alarming slowdown in energy efficiency progress. What can we do to change course? Ruth Gratzke, CEO of Siemens Smart Infrastructure, Richard Yancey, Founding Director of Buildings Energy Exchange, and Paula Glover, President of Alliance to Save Energy distill everything you need to know.

New Leaders Making Big Moves: The Culture-Makers Opening Up New Possibilities for Climate Action

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In the absence of strong federal leadership on climate, we need to look to new leaders and new sectors to make big moves. This panel, hosted by Project Drawdown,  explores how cultural icons and institutions can move climate leadership faster and have ripple effects far outside their direct operations.

Breaking Down Silos to Accelerate Energy Efficiency

5-3

 

The global economy is set to double in size over the next 20 years. By taking the available opportunities to become more energy efficient, we could power all the extra cars, homes and factories this growth will bring with the same amount of energy we use today.  Unfortunately, the reality is that the US is experiencing an alarming slowdown in energy efficiency progress. What can we do to change course? Ruth Gratzke, CEO of Siemens Smart Infrastructure, Richard Yancey, Founding Director of Buildings Energy Exchange, and Paula Glover, President of Alliance to Save Energy distill everything you need to know.

New Leaders Making Big Moves: The Culture-Makers Opening Up New Possibilities for Climate Action

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In the absence of strong federal leadership on climate, we need to look to new leaders and new sectors to make big moves. This panel, hosted by Project Drawdown,  explores how cultural icons and institutions can move climate leadership faster and have ripple effects far outside their direct operations.

Achieving Drawdown: What New Levers Can Companies Pull to Help the World Achieve Drawdown?

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A drawdown-aligned company leverages all aspects of its business — its social, political, and financial capital, and the power of its employees — to reduce emissions well beyond its own operations and help secure a just climate future for all. Hear from cutting-edge leaders across sectors working to help demonstrate a new leadership paradigm — in a dynamic conversation lead by Jamie Beck Alexander, Director, Drawdown Labs at Project Drawdown.

 
 

How the Built Environment Can Be a Core Solution to Climate Change

How the Built Environment Can Be a Core Solution to Climate Change

 

What if the core solution to adapting to climate change and preventing a more significant natural threat was to thoroughly revisit how we build and renovate our cities, individual houses, and infrastructures? The built environment sector accounts for 40% of global greenhouse gas emissions. The negative role of construction facing climate change and depletion of natural resources increases proportionally with rapid urbanization driven by strong population growth. Our need for more houses and buildings, cities, and infrastructures, unfortunately also means higher carbon costs, energy dependency, and more irreversible environmental damage. Andrew Eil, Head of Climate Risk for North America, Tata, Consultancy Services join Mark Rayfield, CEO of Saint-Gobain North America, Alan Steel, CEO President of the Javits Center, Andrew Kimball, President of New York City Economic Development in a conversation about how existing construction solutions can help make the planet a better home.

Achieving Drawdown: What New Levers Can Companies Pull to Help the World Achieve Drawdown?

9-Sep-26-2022-02-27-51-64-AM

 

A drawdown-aligned company leverages all aspects of its business — its social, political, and financial capital, and the power of its employees — to reduce emissions well beyond its own operations and help secure a just climate future for all. Hear from cutting-edge leaders across sectors working to help demonstrate a new leadership paradigm — in a dynamic conversation lead by Jamie Beck Alexander, Director, Drawdown Labs at Project Drawdown.

 
 

How the Built Environment Can Be a Core Solution to Climate Change

How the Built Environment Can Be a Core Solution to Climate Change

 

What if the core solution to adapting to climate change and preventing a more significant natural threat was to thoroughly revisit how we build and renovate our cities, individual houses, and infrastructures? The built environment sector accounts for 40% of global greenhouse gas emissions. The negative role of construction facing climate change and depletion of natural resources increases proportionally with rapid urbanization driven by strong population growth. Our need for more houses and buildings, cities, and infrastructures, unfortunately also means higher carbon costs, energy dependency, and more irreversible environmental damage. Andrew Eil, Head of Climate Risk for North America, Tata, Consultancy Services join Mark Rayfield, CEO of Saint-Gobain North America, Alan Steel, CEO President of the Javits Center, Andrew Kimball, President of New York City Economic Development in a conversation about how existing construction solutions can help make the planet a better home.

The Intersection of Climate Change and Infrastructure

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This session focuses on organizations working together to create real solutions to the extreme weather conditions created by climate change. Resiliency experts Karen Appell, Climate Adaptation Lead at AECOM Metro New York, Keith Masback, Strategic Advisor at Tomorrow.io, B.J. Jones, President & CEO of Battery Park City Authority, and Cortney Koenig Worrall, President & CEO of the Waterfront Alliance address the engineering, warning systems and infrastructure commitments required to keep communities safe.

 

Capture the Opportunity To Go Further, Faster With Carbon Dioxide Removal

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The climate crisis is so serious it is no longer enough to reduce emissions, we also need to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere if we are to reverse the harmful effects of global warming. High-integrity, permanent CO2 removals, including engineered carbon removals, will play a vital role in this, whilst helping businesses on their decarbonization journey and beyond to net-negative emissions. Together, Drax & Respira discuss this developing carbon market and projects that can help it to grow, including the opportunity available to businesses to go further, faster, today.

The Intersection of Climate Change and Infrastructure

11-1

 

This session focuses on organizations working together to create real solutions to the extreme weather conditions created by climate change. Resiliency experts Karen Appell, Climate Adaptation Lead at AECOM Metro New York, Keith Masback, Strategic Advisor at Tomorrow.io, B.J. Jones, President & CEO of Battery Park City Authority, and Cortney Koenig Worrall, President & CEO of the Waterfront Alliance address the engineering, warning systems and infrastructure commitments required to keep communities safe.

 

Capture the Opportunity To Go Further, Faster With Carbon Dioxide Removal

7-Sep-26-2022-02-29-16-18-AM

 

The climate crisis is so serious it is no longer enough to reduce emissions, we also need to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere if we are to reverse the harmful effects of global warming. High-integrity, permanent CO2 removals, including engineered carbon removals, will play a vital role in this, whilst helping businesses on their decarbonization journey and beyond to net-negative emissions. Together, Drax & Respira discuss this developing carbon market and projects that can help it to grow, including the opportunity available to businesses to go further, faster, today.

Northeast Clean Energy Vision

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The clean energy future in the Northeast involves buildings that are powered by offshore wind and solar, and heated by green hydrogen, energy harnessed by battery storage, and then transported through modernized transmission networks. National Grid is currently bringing this to life on Long Island where we are building a clean energy hub. This session, hosted by Will Hazelip, President of National Grid Ventures Northeast, shares the incredible potential ahead of us for a clean energy future.

Getting to Circular: Seeing the Connections

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The circular economy makes development sustainable by designing out waste, extending product life, and recirculating resources. Understanding and realizing that transformation starts with a broad view of the interconnected supply chain is the first step. Deloitte’s Chris Ruggeri, Dan Kinsella, and Naba Sengupta dive into what this means and how it applies to critical systems today.

 

Northeast Clean Energy Vision

12-1

 

The clean energy future in the Northeast involves buildings that are powered by offshore wind and solar, and heated by green hydrogen, energy harnessed by battery storage, and then transported through modernized transmission networks. National Grid is currently bringing this to life on Long Island where we are building a clean energy hub. This session, hosted by Will Hazelip, President of National Grid Ventures Northeast, shares the incredible potential ahead of us for a clean energy future.

Getting to Circular: Seeing the Connections

TNSC22_Getting to Circular with Deloitte

 

The circular economy makes development sustainable by designing out waste, extending product life, and recirculating resources. Understanding and realizing that transformation starts with a broad view of the interconnected supply chain is the first step. Deloitte’s Chris Ruggeri, Dan Kinsella, and Naba Sengupta dive into what this means and how it applies to critical systems today.

 

The Role of Public Opinion in Moving the Needle on Climate Change

 

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What happens when you ask 1,000,000 people in 50 countries how they want their governments to act on climate change? Internationally recognized climate and development expert Cassie Flynn, Head of Climate Strategies and Policy of the UN Development Programme, talks about the role of public opinion in developing climate solutions around the world. 

The State of Corporate Climate Commitments: Who's Walking the Walk?

The State of Corporate Climate Commitments with JUST Capital and Workday

 

A new proposed SEC rule to mandate climate-related disclosures and increasing climate-related shareholder resolutions have drawn attention to the rigor of corporate climate commitments. Martin Whittaker, CEO of JUST Capital, and Erik Hansen, Senior Director of Environmental Sustainability at Workday showcases which companies are rising to meet the moment as top performers in their annual Ranking of America’s Most JUST Companies.

The Role of Public Opinion in Moving the Needle on Climate Change

 

16-2

 

What happens when you ask 1,000,000 people in 50 countries how they want their governments to act on climate change? Internationally recognized climate and development expert Cassie Flynn, Head of Climate Strategies and Policy of the UN Development Programme, talks about the role of public opinion in developing climate solutions around the world. 

The State of Corporate Climate Commitments: Who's Walking the Walk?

The State of Corporate Climate Commitments with JUST Capital and Workday

 

A new proposed SEC rule to mandate climate-related disclosures and increasing climate-related shareholder resolutions have drawn attention to the rigor of corporate climate commitments. Martin Whittaker, CEO of JUST Capital, and Erik Hansen, Senior Director of Environmental Sustainability at Workday showcases which companies are rising to meet the moment as top performers in their annual Ranking of America’s Most JUST Companies.

The Relationship Between Community Investment and Clean Energy Solutions: Why One Cannot Exist Without the Other

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Clean energy will grow local economies, create jobs, and lift up the communities. In this session, Pat Johnson, VP and Deputy Project Director of Community Offshore Wind and Doug Perkins, Project Director of Community Offshore Wind, talk about the importance of community investment, how to ensure all stakeholder groups are heard, and what Community Offshore Wind is doing to better neighborhoods in the Northeast.

Small Business Climate Action to Build Resilient Communities and Economies

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The SME Climate Hub and America Is All In unite leaders across businesses, government, and civil society to accelerate climate action amongst small and medium sized businesses. We’ll learn from small businesses driving climate action within their own companies and communities and candidly discuss the support they need to move further, faster and to prosper in the growing net-zero economy. Pamela Jouven, Director, SME Climate Hub, Geoffrey R. Pyatt, Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Energy Resources, and We Mean Business Coalition CEO Maria Mendiluce, open the event with a keynote followed by a moderated discussion by TIME Magazine's Senior Correspondent Justin Worland with Payal Dalal, SVP Social Impact, Mastercard, Jane Ewing, SVP Sustainability, Walmart, Ranjan Roy, VP of Strategy, Adore Me, and Erick Simmons, Mayor of Greenville, Mississippi.

The Relationship Between Community Investment and Clean Energy Solutions: Why One Cannot Exist Without the Other

18-1

 

Clean energy will grow local economies, create jobs, and lift up the communities. In this session, Pat Johnson, VP and Deputy Project Director of Community Offshore Wind and Doug Perkins, Project Director of Community Offshore Wind, talk about the importance of community investment, how to ensure all stakeholder groups are heard, and what Community Offshore Wind is doing to better neighborhoods in the Northeast.

Small Business Climate Action to Build Resilient Communities and Economies

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The SME Climate Hub and America Is All In unite leaders across businesses, government, and civil society to accelerate climate action amongst small and medium sized businesses. We’ll learn from small businesses driving climate action within their own companies and communities and candidly discuss the support they need to move further, faster and to prosper in the growing net-zero economy. Pamela Jouven, Director, SME Climate Hub, Geoffrey R. Pyatt, Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Energy Resources, and We Mean Business Coalition CEO Maria Mendiluce, open the event with a keynote followed by a moderated discussion by TIME Magazine's Senior Correspondent Justin Worland with Payal Dalal, SVP Social Impact, Mastercard, Jane Ewing, SVP Sustainability, Walmart, Ranjan Roy, VP of Strategy, Adore Me, and Erick Simmons, Mayor of Greenville, Mississippi.

Today's Carbon Capture and Storage: Practical. Scalable. Commercial.

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The most recent report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) states that carbon capture and storage (CCS) is “vital for decarbonizing hard-to-abate industrial emissions...and in the near-term CCS is the only feasible solution.” Joining us to review the ways in which carbon capture and storage is ready TODAY to meet the world’s climate goals in a manner that’s safe, efficient, and scalable are John Pope, President & Chief Executive Officer of Carbon GeoCapture, Ellen Friedman, Partner at Baker Botts, Lee Ballin, Audit & Assurance Managing Director, ESG & Sustainability Services at Deloitte, Bob Van Heuvelen, Principal at The Vogel Group, Mark McDivitt, Chief Operating Officer of Context Labs, and Christiaan Gevers Deynoot, Senior Manager, Carbon Removal Platforms, South Pole.

The Climate Crisis is Our Business: A Conversation with Patagonia

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How much do you know about the carbon impact of your supply chain? As with Patagonia, it is the defining factor in the company’s quest to net zero. In fact, 95% of the company’s emissions comes from the supply chain and materials manufacturing. Learn from Patagonia’s product innovation and impact team, Matt Dwyer, VP of Impact & Innovation and Karba, Sr Impact R & D, as they share with climate journalist Whitney Bauck, all the ways they are working to radically reduce carbon emissions by transforming how they make their products.

Today's Carbon Capture and Storage: Practical. Scalable. Commercial.

20


 

The most recent report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) states that carbon capture and storage (CCS) is “vital for decarbonizing hard-to-abate industrial emissions...and in the near-term CCS is the only feasible solution.” Joining us to review the ways in which carbon capture and storage is ready TODAY to meet the world’s climate goals in a manner that’s safe, efficient, and scalable are John Pope, President & Chief Executive Officer of Carbon GeoCapture, Ellen Friedman, Partner at Baker Botts, Lee Ballin, Audit & Assurance Managing Director, ESG & Sustainability Services at Deloitte, Bob Van Heuvelen, Principal at The Vogel Group, Mark McDivitt, Chief Operating Officer of Context Labs, and Christiaan Gevers Deynoot, Senior Manager, Carbon Removal Platforms, South Pole.

The Climate Crisis is Our Business: A Conversation with Patagonia

21

 

How much do you know about the carbon impact of your supply chain? As with Patagonia, it is the defining factor in the company’s quest to net zero. In fact, 95% of the company’s emissions comes from the supply chain and materials manufacturing. Learn from Patagonia’s product innovation and impact team, Matt Dwyer, VP of Impact & Innovation and Karba, Sr Impact R & D, as they share with climate journalist Whitney Bauck, all the ways they are working to radically reduce carbon emissions by transforming how they make their products.

Food Waste: Impact on People, the Planet and the Economy

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Herrish Patel, General Manager of Unilever Nutrition, North America leads a discussion on the impact that reducing food waste has on people, the planet and the economy. He guides us through the strides Hellmann’s Mayonnaise is taking to drive awareness and action in this space. He is joined by, Emily Broad Leib from The Harvard Law School’s Food Law and Policy Clinic, Dana Gunders, Executive Director of ReFED, and Sam Kass who served as President Barack Obama’s Senior Policy Advisor for Nutrition Policy and Assistant White House Chef.

Time to Get Bold: A Fashion Transformation

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Apparel Impact Institute and its industry partners present a session on Textile, Apparel & Footwear Industry leaders' bold move to achieve supply chain decarbonization by 2050, with the first science based targets of 50% CO2 emission reduction by 2030. The panel introduces the work of leading partners working with Aii from the fashion/ apparel sector along with financial institution(s) providing sustainable finance. Moderating the discussion is  Sustainability Editor from Vogue Business, Rachel Cernansky, and speakers include Lewis Perkins, President, Apparel Impact Institute, Mallory McConnell, VP of Corporate Responsibility, PVH, Kelly Fisher, Head of Corporate Sustainability, HSBC, Crispin Wong, Senior Director of Product and Environmental Sustainability, Lululemon, and Ulrika Leverenz, Head of Green Investment, H&M Group. 

Food Waste: Impact on People, the Planet and the Economy

22

 

Herrish Patel, General Manager of Unilever Nutrition, North America leads a discussion on the impact that reducing food waste has on people, the planet and the economy. He guides us through the strides Hellmann’s Mayonnaise is taking to drive awareness and action in this space. He is joined by, Emily Broad Leib from The Harvard Law School’s Food Law and Policy Clinic, Dana Gunders, Executive Director of ReFED, and Sam Kass who served as President Barack Obama’s Senior Policy Advisor for Nutrition Policy and Assistant White House Chef.

Time to Get Bold: A Fashion Transformation

15-3

 

Apparel Impact Institute and its industry partners present a session on Textile, Apparel & Footwear Industry leaders' bold move to achieve supply chain decarbonization by 2050, with the first science based targets of 50% CO2 emission reduction by 2030. The panel introduces the work of leading partners working with Aii from the fashion/ apparel sector along with financial institution(s) providing sustainable finance. Moderating the discussion is  Sustainability Editor from Vogue Business, Rachel Cernansky, and speakers include Lewis Perkins, President, Apparel Impact Institute, Mallory McConnell, VP of Corporate Responsibility, PVH, Kelly Fisher, Head of Corporate Sustainability, HSBC, Crispin Wong, Senior Director of Product and Environmental Sustainability, Lululemon, and Ulrika Leverenz, Head of Green Investment, H&M Group. 

A Brand’s Role in the Shift to Sustainable Choices for Businesses & Consumers: Living and Thinking Differently

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Advancing climate action will require us to live and think differently, making deliberate choices in all areas of life. Companies that are engaging consumers & businesses with choices and solutions for more sustainable practices are leading the way. In this session, Derek Mauk, President, North America, Ecologi, Anna Malhari, COO of Veris Residential, and Suzanne Seymour, SVP Brand & Communications at Inspire Clean Energy distill how they are transforming consumer lifestyles.

BUIDL a Better Future: The Intersection of Blockchain and Climate

BUIDL a Better Future The Intersection of Blockchain and Climate

 

Polygon believes blockchain sustainability is about more than operating responsibly. They see blockchain as a technology that has the potential to support and scale lasting positive impact on the world. In this session, Sustainability Lead Stefan Renton, shares Polygon's plans to become a vehicle for climate solutions and its wider net-positive mission.

A Brand’s Role in the Shift to Sustainable Choices for Businesses & Consumers: Living and Thinking Differently

23

 

Advancing climate action will require us to live and think differently, making deliberate choices in all areas of life. Companies that are engaging consumers & businesses with choices and solutions for more sustainable practices are leading the way. In this session, Derek Mauk, President, North America, Ecologi, Anna Malhari, COO of Veris Residential, and Suzanne Seymour, SVP Brand & Communications at Inspire Clean Energy distill how they are transforming consumer lifestyles.

BUIDL a Better Future: The Intersection of Blockchain and Climate

BUIDL a Better Future The Intersection of Blockchain and Climate

 

Polygon believes blockchain sustainability is about more than operating responsibly. They see blockchain as a technology that has the potential to support and scale lasting positive impact on the world. In this session, Sustainability Lead Stefan Renton, shares Polygon's plans to become a vehicle for climate solutions and its wider net-positive mission.

Engendering Climate Justice: Women Leaders on Impacts and Solutions

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Climate impacts are distributed in a starkly uneven way across nations and communities—and, as is less well understood, within households. The crisis originates in and compounds systems of oppression and extraction including colonialism, racism, and sexism.

Explore the meaning of these dynamics for our common progress toward just futures with women leaders whose experience spans policy advocacy, government service, international relations, corporate responsibility, engineering and technology, and cultural activism. Speakers include Miranda Massie, Executive Director of The Climate Museum, Hina Baloch, Executive Director of Sustainability and Environment at General Motors, Kizzy Charles-Guzman, Executive Director of the NYC Mayor's Office of Climate and Environmental Justice, and Jamie Alexander, Women in Climate Tech+ Ambassador and Director of Drawdown Labs.

#DontChooseExtinction

The Nest Summit Campus_Frankie The Dino

 

The United Nations Development Programme joins up with EarthX and Pvblic Foundation to bring to life Frankie the Dino as a symbol of concern for the planet. Frankie, an utahraptor (bigger and bulkier than the more familiar velociraptor), started off in the UNDP’s “Don’t Choose Extinction” videos. Now a life-size puppet, Frankie hit the streets of New York City during Climate Week NYC and made a special guest appearance at The Nest Summit Campus! 

Engendering Climate Justice: Women Leaders on Impacts and Solutions

25

 

Climate impacts are distributed in a starkly uneven way across nations and communities—and, as is less well understood, within households. The crisis originates in and compounds systems of oppression and extraction including colonialism, racism, and sexism.

Explore the meaning of these dynamics for our common progress toward just futures with women leaders whose experience spans policy advocacy, government service, international relations, corporate responsibility, engineering and technology, and cultural activism. Speakers include Miranda Massie, Executive Director of The Climate Museum, Hina Baloch, Executive Director of Sustainability and Environment at General Motors, Kizzy Charles-Guzman, Executive Director of the NYC Mayor's Office of Climate and Environmental Justice, and Jamie Alexander, Women in Climate Tech+ Ambassador and Director of Drawdown Labs.

#DontChooseExtinction

The Nest Summit Campus_Frankie The Dino

 

The United Nations Development Programme joins up with EarthX and Pvblic Foundation to bring to life Frankie the Dino as a symbol of concern for the planet. Frankie, an utahraptor (bigger and bulkier than the more familiar velociraptor), started off in the UNDP’s “Don’t Choose Extinction” videos. Now a life-size puppet, Frankie hit the streets of New York City during Climate Week NYC and made a special guest appearance at The Nest Summit Campus! 

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