Tech’s Playbook for Public-Private Climate Solutions
Presented by Samsung + ITI Join us for an exciting event where tech leaders will unveil their playbook for tackling climate change through public-private partnerships. Taking place at The Standard, High Line in New York City, this in-person gathering will bring together experts, innovators, and policymakers to discuss actionable strategies. Don't miss this opportunity to learn from the best and be part of the solution. Together, we can create a sustainable future! Event Details: The tech industry has always been a first mover when it comes to climate and sustainability initiatives. There are many examples of successful public/private partnerships between tech companies and the government that could serve as exemplars for other industries looking to reduce their climate footprint. The event will convene Chief Sustainability Officers from many of the world’s leading tech companies to discuss these critical questions: • What is the tech sector’s commitment to accountability and reporting? • How are companies leveraging technology to invest in carbon-free energy and modernize grids across the globe? • What pain points and challenges do companies face as they commit to sustainable practices?
Venue: The Standard, High Line
848 Washington Street
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