At the first Climate Summit of 2010 we will aim to coalesce a dialogue between many individuals. Some will be RoundTable participants sitting at in TelePresence conference rooms around the world. Other RoundTable participants will attend from their homes or offices. You will be among the thousands of audience participants also attending the Forum from both public and private venues, as individuals or in groups.

But the Climate Summit dialogue will neither begin nor end on April 18th. It will begin before the Summit with participatory online discussions by which topics and issues will be suggested, developed and prioritized for discussion at the Summit itself. All who pre-register for the Climate Summit can take part in these participatory discussions.

April's Climate Summit will consist of 3 one-hour segments. The topics for these segments will be as follows:

Mobilization – Taking the initiative after Copenhagen, joint strategies, unifying our efforts
De-carbonization – Strategies for transition to a low-carbon world
Unification – Joining the scientific, spiritual, business and ethical perspectives and initiatives.


Climate Scientist Dr. Michael Oppenheimer on climate change
Evangelical leader Richard Cizik on global warming
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