Congress of Conferences

April 22 • Room C140
This conference will focus on Energy Resiliency, Innovation, Sources and Supply. Speakers will include prominent elected officials, business leaders and NGOs.
Conference Fees
Private Sector: $249 • Nonprofit/Government/Individual: $149

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EarthxEnergy

April 21 • Room C140
EarthxLaw is presenting a thought provoking and topical symposium on “Responsible Corporate Conduct and the Environment.”
Symposium topics include: the role of enforcement in encouraging responsible corporate conduct; responsible corporate conduct in interacting with affected communities and in addressing environmental justice concerns; and key aspects of ESG, including, ESG metrics and reporting, sustainable investing, and international aspects of sustainability and how they bear on responsible corporate conduct.
Private Sector: $249
Government/Nonprofit/Individual: $99

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EarthxLaw

April 23 • Room C141
Wildlife conservation in the 21st Century presents unprecedented opportunities and challenges for national and international conservation leaders. Attendees will hear about contemporary topics affecting wildlife conservation policy, science and outdoor recreation; new innovative efforts to conserve common and not-so-common species; the partnerships being forged to fund and deliver landscape-scale projects that will benefit landowners, hunters, hikers, kayakers and conservationists alike.
Conference Fees
Private Sector: $249 • Nonprofit/Government/Individual: $149

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EarthxWildlife Conservation

April 22 • Room C142
The sustainability and regeneration of America’s rural landscape is one of the hottest topics in the nation these days. Rural landscapes play a vital role in the sustainable development of the U.S. economy. Forest fires, particularly in the West, have had devastating effects on human and wildlife populations in the past century. Come listen and engage speakers from throughout the U.S. addressing topics affecting the livelihood, profitability and future of agribusiness and forestry from California to the Carolinas.
Conference Fees
Private Sector: $249 • Nonprofit/Government/Individual: $149

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EarthxFarm, Ranch & Forests

April 22-23 • Room C146
The EarthxLatin America Forum brings people together to take action and connect towards a more sustainable global future. This forum recognizes and presents Mexican and Latin American leader’s changing the planet through their ideas, innovations and actions. Uniting citizens, educators, corporations, businesses, nonprofits, artists and global leaders we can explore environmental solutions that will impact the world.
Conference Fees
Private Sector: $249 • Nonprofit/Government/Individual: $149

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EarthxLatin America

April 21-22 • Room C147
This conference is America’s leading invitation-only gathering dedicated to effective stakeholder engagement for corporate responsibility. You will explore the latest strategies for finding common ground, building trust, and mobilizing markets to tackle humanity’s greatest challenges. We host the summit under Chatham House Rule to encourage delegates to speak with candor and “leave their talking points at the door.”
Private Sector: $399
Government/Nonprofit/Individual: $299

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EarthxCorporate Impact Summit

April 22 • Ballroom C141
The Island Resilience Forum brings together island leaders and champions from around the world to not only discuss solutions to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), but develop partnerships to achieve those goals. Its purpose is to support communities on the front lines of the climate crisis.
Conference Fees
Private Sector: $249 • Nonprofit/Government/Individual: $149

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EarthxIsland

April 21 • Room C141
How can NGOs and donors unite with businesses to address climate change, conservation, oceans, and plastics? In This Together will lead an action-oriented conversation with leaders who are prepared to cross partisan, ideological, and sectoral lines to advance solutions.

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EarthxIn This Together

April 20-22 • Ballroom C4
The EarthxE-Capital Summit cultivates and convenes private capital investors, financiers, early stage and established companies, industry thought leaders, key local and national policymakers, incubators, accelerators and researchers to form partnerships catalyzing investment into environmental solutions.
Industry: $349 before April 1; $399 after April 1
Government/Non-profit: $249

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EarthxE-Capital Summit

April 22 • Room C155
Organized by the UN Office for Partnerships and PVBLIC Foundation, the invitation-only summit will convene top family offices from the Americas that are committed to advancing the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals and investing in the global energy transition.

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Family Offices for Sustainable Development at Earthx2022

April 21-22 • Room C148
Co-hosted by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and PVBLIC Foundation, the invitation-only summit showcases innovative social campaigns and movements while providing unique opportunities for delegates to engage and learn from the brightest minds in media championing social and environmental progress.

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SDG Media Summit at Earthx2022

April 21-23 • Room C156
Co-hosted by YOUNGO (official youth constituency of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change) and March For Science, the Global Youth Summit will convene youth climate leaders who are spearheading transformative change from within the UN as well as building grassroots movements in communities around the world.

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Global Youth Summit at Earthx2022

April 23-24 • Room C140

From energy grids and sanitation systems to highways and transit, environmental equity should inform the design and development of infrastructure. The EarthX Environmental Justice Summit, hosted by Paul Quinn College, D Magazine, and Coalition For A New Dallas, will explore both neighborhood environmental justice campaigns and future infrastructure investment though the lens of the environmental justice movement. Panelists will include international diplomats, elected officials, civic leaders, scholars, youth activists, and community stakeholders. 

The event is free and open to the public.

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Environmental Justice Summit