The 2018 Midwest Regional Sustainability Summit will convene stakeholders throughout the Ohio Valley region to exchange best practices, provoke thoughtful discussion, celebrate the work that is currently being done throughout the Midwest and identify models for future regional collaboration that can be replicated throughout the United States. Please visit MidwestSustainabilitySummit.org for more information.
In 2018, the Midwest Regional Sustainability Summit will continue to explore new and promising areas of environmental sustainability, while also taking a deeper look at the issue of resilience. We will explore how other regions across the nation are adapting to climate change and other environmental challenges and those in the process of creating resilient cities. To underscore this point, the keynote speaker this year is Katharine Hayhoe. Hayhoe is a prominent climate scientist experienced in untangling the complex science and tackling many long-held misconceptions about global warming. Director of the Climate Science Center at Texas Tech University, Hayhoe’s current focus is on modeling regional to local impacts of climate change, and how we can fix this together using many of the solutions already in our backyards.
Featuring keynote address from Katharine Hayhoe, an accomplished atmospheric scientist who studies climate change and why it matters to us here and now. A remarkable communicator, Katharine has been recognized by Time Magazine as one of the 100 most influential people in the world.
For full information about this year's Midwest Regional Sustainability Summit, please visit our dedicated website, MidwestSustainabilitySummit.org.
We also offer opportunities to Sponsor or Exhibit at the Summit.