See what happens tomorrow at TC Sessions: Climate

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Tomorrow, June 14, is a big day for anyone interested in the latest technology to fight climate change. More than 1000 people will gather for TC Sessions: Climate & The Extreme Tech Challenge 2022 Global Finals in Berkeley, California to hear, learn from and connect with leading climate scientists, founders, venture capitalists, entrepreneurs, philanthropists and other visionaries. We can’t wait to see you there!

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Buy now and save: Tickets are more expensive at the entrance. Buy your pass now and save $100. Bonus content: Your pass also includes access to the online event on June 16th.

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This is a content and communication packed day, and we want to highlight just five of the many presentations that take place throughout the day.

1. The climate crisis is real – there must be solutions: It is fitting that the first panel of the first sessions of TC: Climate begin with climate science. It is critical to establish a common understanding of the global crisis and what the future holds for us if we do not act decisively – and with all due haste. Dr. Williman Collins, an internationally recognized expert in climate modeling and the science of climate change, and Dr. Kari Nadeau, a world-renowned environmental health expert, set the stage for a discussion of pragmatic and realistic ways to mitigate climate change through technology.

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2. Bill Gates on how to use billions in cleantech: In recent years, Gates has made the climate emergency a key focus of his work. In 2015, he announced the creation of a fund dedicated to achieving zero emissions in the world by 2050, and in the same year he founded Breakthrough Energy, a network of investment vehicles, non-profits and philanthropic programs aimed at achieving this goal. We will hear from Gates about what he sees as the top priority for investing in climate technology.

3. Ensuring the future with transformative technologies: This panel from members of the Extreme Tech Challenge – straight from the Global Village Wanted file – focuses on disruptive technological innovations that are transforming industries to build a radically better world. How can business, government, philanthropy and the startup community come together to create a better future? Hear from seasoned investors and industry veterans about how technology can not only shape the future, but also the biggest opportunities.

4. Kitchen Implications: The direct link between farm animals and climate change inspired Pat Brown, founder, former CEO, and now chief visionary of Impossible Foods, to develop the best plant-based meat. So far, his vision has been a resounding success, with Impossible hitting a $9.5 billion valuation last year. The innovative approach to product development has taken the company to restaurants and homes around the world. Don’t miss Brown as he discusses the present and future of artificial meat.

5. Path to zero emissions: Despite increasingly stringent regulations in some states and the rise of electric bikes, scooters, mopeds, buses, and cars, emissions from the vast majority of vehicles on the roads today still come from exhaust pipes, and current battery technology for electric vehicles is no longer equals zero. – friendly to emissions. Lime CEO Wayne Ting and Carol Browner, former director of the White House Office of Energy and Climate Change Policy and administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, will discuss the remaining challenges and the role that innovation, policy and investment can play in greening transportation.

But wait see the program of the event because there is so much more – early stage startups their climate technology on the exhibition floor, Extreme Tech Challenge 2022 Global Finalswith two rounds of presentations before they announce the winner and, as always, world-class networking.

TC Sessions: Climate 2022 will take place tomorrow, June 14, in Berkeley, California (with an online day of June 16). Buy your pass today and avoid price increases at the door tomorrow. We will be there to welcome you!



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