2020 PLANET FORWARD SUMMIT
APRIL 2-3, 2020
THE STORY OF OUR GENERATION
Climate change is the story of our generation, and what defines that story is how we tell it – and the action we take because of it.
All around the world, new voices are emerging as powerful changemakers who are running against the clock to prevent irreversible shifts to our global climate. These are the new activists, innovators, policymakers and others who inspire audiences to take action in their local communities.
But, how do they drive their audiences to this critical point?
At the 2020 Planet Forward Summit, learn how the best environmental change agents use storytelling to transform their audiences from passive listeners to engaged doers.
The Summit takes place April 2-3, 2020 at the Jack Morton Auditorium where we gather students and academics, as well as corporate leaders, scientists, journalists and more for high-impact learning and networking.
Register today to reserve your seat at the 2020 Planet Forward Summit.
Learn why inspirational stories are the most motivational - and effective - to drive action.
Learn the very best in communication techniques that you can apply immediately to your environmental stories.
Learn how you can create a movement for the planet on your campus and in your community.
Connect with leading journalists, policymakers, innovators and more and apply for exclusive internship and job opportunities.
4 REASONS YOU SHOULD ATTEND THE SUMMIT
We're excited to announce our lineup of keynote speakers and panelists soon. Check back here in a little while, or sign up for updates to stay in the know!
Breakfast & Networking
LUNCH - ON YOUR OWN
Indecision 2020: How The Political Climate Affects Our Planet's Climate
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