Drawdown 2021 Conference

Location: Online

The National Council on Science and the Environment and Project Drawdown are bringing together leaders, research partners, scientists, decision-makers and friends from across the globe to share their science and solutions to the world's most pressing global challenges.

This joint conference, titled Research to Action: Science & Solutions for a Planet Under Pressure, will focus on

  • the physical and social realities of climate change and the way this impacts people, ecosystems, markets and the places people live; and
  • how implementing climate solutions produces positive co-benefits to society, the economy, and the planet.

An incredible lineup of speakers includes:

  • Inger Anderson, Executive Director of the UN Environment Programme
  • Christiana Figueres, Former Executive Secretary of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change
  • Amy Luers, Global Lead for Sustainability Science at Microsoft

This conference is free for students and $150 for other university affiliates. Visit the conference website for schedule details, speaker bios, and registration.