This event will bring together Project Drawdown and the National Council for Science and the Environment (NCSE) to present the latest scientific research and real-world actions to achieve the regenerative future we want.
The event is scheduled for 5 days, between January 5-9, 2021. The first half (January 5-7) of the conference will be facilitated by NCSE and will focus on the physical and social realities of a changing climate and the way this impacts people, ecosystems, markets, and the places people live. The latter half (January 7-9) of the conference will be facilitated by Project Drawdown with an objective to share the latest knowledge on climate solutions, and their effective communication and implementation to bring research to action.
Please note that all times are listed in Eastern Time.
Focus: Physical & social realities of a changing climate
Focus: Latest knowledge on solutions and actions
Material presented by both organizations
Monday January 4, 2021
Asynchronous Watch Day
Tuesday January 5, 2021
Heat, Water, Systems & Solutions: Understanding Where We are Now
Wednesday January 6, 2021
Heat, Water, Systems & Solutions: Science to Chart the Path
Thursday January 7, 2021
Naming the Future We Want
Day 3 will transition from NCSE to Drawdown programmatic content. Prior to the transition, NCSE will feature 6 concurrent sessions, a student poster session (25 posters), Exhibit Hall, and a student career workshop
Friday January 8, 2021
Solutions for People and Planet
Day 4 will focus on the latest research and science supporting solutions for people and the planet.
Saturday January 9, 2021
Creating the Future We Choose
Day 5 will focus on the actions required to accelerate the adoption of these solutions.