An Unprecedented Opportunity To Advance Your Mission

A unifying destination for climate action.

The Nest Summit is proud to be the official event partner of Climate Week NYC 2021, the world’s largest climate summit. Our mission is to advance sustainability in the U.S. by uniting together leading organizations making an impact in order to create greater knowledge, connections, and collaborations to advance climate action in communities across the nation.

The Nest Summit 2021

 

 

Taking place digitally and physically - September 21-22, 2021 – at the Javits Center, NYC’s iconic symbol of sustainability, The Nest Summit will help inspire meaningful change in New York, the U.S., and around the world.

 

Built for businesses and consumers, The Nest Summit provides the critical connection between these communities, transforming education and engagement, into action.

 

The thinkers and doers from leading companies, NGOs, government, and academia will gather at the Javits Center, an icon of sustainability, creating a unified force for climate action.


🌍 SHARE SOLUTIONS & INNOVATIONS 🌍 DISCUSS CHALLENGES 🌍 COLLABORATE & PROBLEM SOLVE 🌍 SPARK ACTION 🌍 MAKE AN IMPACT

The Nest Summit content reaches millions across the globe and will be a central destination for in-person engagement for Climate Week NYC. And unlike many events, attendance and viewership are free because we believe in fighting climate change, we need all-hands-on-deck.

Unite September 21-22, 2021 under one green roof.

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"We have a huge opportunity in front of us

to rebuild the infrastructure and the guts of America."

 

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Tom Steyer @ The Nest Summit 2020
Gen America Founder and Co-Chair of California's Business and Jobs Recovery Task Force 

Share your solutions.

Share your ethos and best practices, showcase your green products and services, and inspire climate action and commitment to rebuilding a sustainable future for America.

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