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Psychological Tools for Planetary Action

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Psychological Tools for Planetary Action

On Oct. 7-8, Project InsideOut will host a virtual summit that will examine what it means to be a climate leader today. Campaign designers, organizational leaders and empowered citizens will learn new strategies for how to communicate about the climate crisis and guide their communities to take action. Join us for the two-day event to experience new tools, connect to other global change agents, and hear from experts in the field. 

With or Without Government – An Imperative Movement for Sustainability: CARL POPE

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With or Without Government – An Imperative Movement for Sustainability: CARL POPE

This session is part of The Nest Summit.

The Nest Summit is an annual event during Climate Week NYC committed to advancing sustainability in the United States. By featuring the companies and government officials that are driving the U.S. to a cleaner and safer environment, The Nest Summit showcases the progress leaders are achieving and their best sustainability programs and practices.

Visit thenestsummit.com for more details on the session. 

Simulating Grounded Hope for the Climate: an Interactive Experience

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Simulating Grounded Hope for the Climate: an Interactive Experience

In this interactive session, Andrew Jones of Climate Interactive and Gerold Koch of DWS will guide Governor Bill Ritter in creating his vision of a positive climate future using the decision-maker-oriented En-ROADS computer simulation. They will explore system-wide global solutions to climate change, including renewable energy, oil policy, carbon removal, energy efficiency, carbon pricing, electrification and other policies. The simulator was built by Climate Interactive and MIT Sloan and has been used in settings ranging from the US Congress to the U.N.

Accelerating Climate Action

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Accelerating Climate Action

This session is part of The Nest Summit.

The Nest Summit is an annual event during Climate Week NYC committed to advancing sustainability in the United States. By featuring the companies and government officials that are driving the U.S. to a cleaner and safer environment, The Nest Summit showcases the progress leaders are achieving and their best sustainability programs and practices.

Visit thenestsummit.com for more details on the session. 

Climate & COVID: A long-term lens

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Climate & COVID: A long-term lens

Please join us as Andy Howard, Global Head of Sustainable Investment, Keith Wade, Chief Economist and Sarah Bratton Hughes, Head of Sustainability look at all things Climate and Covid. The status of the global economic re-opening, companies & sectors which may be facing a variety of long-term headwinds (and tailwinds), and our long-term capital market assumptions amid the relentless climate-change challenges we face.

From Risks to Resilience: International Perspectives on Holistic Climate Adaptation at a Time of Financial Challenge

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From Risks to Resilience: International Perspectives on Holistic Climate Adaptation at a Time of Financial Challenge

It’s time to think differently about the future – about how we respond to unanticipated events like COVID-19 and how we prepare for and mitigate the natural, societal and economic risks associated with climate change. When individuals, communities, institutions, businesses and systems are resilient, they’re able to withstand, recover quickly and thrive – no matter what adversities they experience.

Decarbonization throughout the value chain – Perspectives from the Tech Sector

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Decarbonization throughout the value chain – Perspectives from the Tech Sector

Limiting global warming to 1.5⁰C above pre-industrial levels will require businesses and industries to look beyond their own direct emissions. Partnering across value chains in every sector is critical to ensuring lifecycle decarbonization and achieving sustainable outcomes. In this session, we will examine the value chain elements from the technology sector and discuss the challenges and opportunities in the transition to a net-zero future. Technology impacts all sectors of the economy and is integral to everyday life for people and businesses worldwide.

Virtual Employee Climate Change Discussion with Danielle Azoulay

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Virtual Employee Climate Change Discussion with Danielle Azoulay

Danielle Azoulay, VP, CSR and Sustainability, L'Oréal USA will host a compelling virtual event for L'Oréal USA employees to raise awareness of the climate threat we collectively face, and discuss the ambitious commitments the L'Oréal Group has taken as part of its L'Oréal  For The Future 2030 sustainability transformation. Special focus will be given to tools and training resources available to help employees take action in both their personal and professional lives.

Consumers to the rescue! Can labeling the environmental footprint of products help save the day?

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Consumers to the rescue! Can labeling the environmental footprint of products help save the day?

In a crisis such as the one we are facing now, gaining the trust of consumers means being transparent about the impact your brand and products have on the environment, society and resources.  

Zero Carbon Britain: Skilling Up!

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Zero Carbon Britain: Skilling Up!

With technical solutions readily available, the momentum coming from towns and cities to get to net zero is the political and cultural challenge of our generation. Zero Carbon Britain’s two day interactive course helps councils, institutions, business and active citizens turn their climate emergency declarations into practical action.