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Join Us for RE:WIRED Green

The urgency of the climate crisis is indisputable. But the response has been a series of half measures and delayed actions that don’t add up to anywhere near enough.

Yet there’s always hope. From carbon capture and de-extinction to synthetic foods and youth activism, this year’s RE:WIRED Green conference will spotlight ways that human ingenuity can help secure our future. We’re bringing together scientists, innovators, entrepreneurs, and other changemakers in a one-day exploration of the biggest ideas around how to build a sustainable world. Our goal is not simply to take stock of humanity’s biggest challenge but to walk away with actionable steps at a global, local, and personal level.

So join us on September 28 in San Francisco. There’s no problem more in need of solutions, and RE:WIRED Green is the place to find them.

What Is It?

RE:WIRED Green is a one-day, in-person event at San Francisco’s SFJAZZ Center. It will be a mix of speakers, panels, demonstrations, and experiences designed to get you thinking about how we can collectively tackle climate change and what you can do to contribute.

How Do I Attend?

Registration is now live at RE.WIRED.com, where you can also find pricing information and sign up for updates on programming announcements and special offers. Space is limited, so secure your spot soon.

Who Will Be Speaking?

Kenneth Lacovara, explorer and paleontologist• Sylvia Earle, president and chairman of Mission Blue• Sophia Kianni, founder of Climate Cardinals and US Representative to the UN Youth Advisory Group on Climate Change• Collette Pichon Battle, Vision & Initiatives partner for Taproot Earth• Peter Mui, founder of Fixit Clinic• Magi Richani, founder and CEO of Nobell Foods• Beth Zotter, CEO of Umaro Foods• Isha Datar, executive director of New Harvest• Ertharin Cousin, CEO of Food Systems for the Future• Kayla Abe, co-owner of Shuggie’s• Patricia Hidalgo-Gonzalez, assistant professor at UC San Diego• Mathis Wackernagel, president of the Global Footprint Network• David Lin, chief science officer of the Global Footprint Network• Michèle Koppes, professor at the University of British Columbia• Camille Seaman, photographer• Alan Ahn, senior resident fellow of the Climate and Energy Program at Third Way

More great speakers will be announced shortly, so head to RE.WIRED.com to sign up for updates and to register for the event.

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