Registration

One of the many benefits of holding The Climate Summit conference online is the large number of attendees that can be accomodated. With a virtual meeting room as big as the globe, the limitations on audience are ones of bandwidth and relative time zones, or 'time bands' as we call them.

The Climate Summit promises to be very well-attended, and eventually we will encounter the limitations on audience size imposed by bandwidth. So register early to be assured of a place in this virtual Forum.

Another advantage of early registration will be the opportunity to attend one of the Cisco TelePresence centers for live participation in The Climate Summit. And early registrants may be invited to participate in advance strategy and planning sessions for the Summit as well.

Finally, as a registered audience participant in The Climate Summit you will gain admittance to the Climate Collaboratorium, created by MIT's Center for Collective Intelligence. We are working together to bring the power of our collective intelligence to bear on the climate crisis. For at least a week before each Summit Forum we will open the Collaboratorium to our audience for discussion of the topics of the coming Forum and related issues. This dialogue will continue after the Forum to help evolve the best actions arising from each Forum meeting. You are invited to think along with us once you register.

Registration is free, so register early, by using our convenient online Registration Form. Close the form window when complete to return here.

If you see merit in this effort to come together in cyberspace on the urgent matter of saving the climate of Earth for future generations, please do consider a donation of any amount. But more important is that you register, participate, and introduce us to your contacts. Please Contact Us if you need an acknowlegment of the donation for tax purposes as we operate under the fiscal sponsorship of a not-for-profit organization in the United States.


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