The inaugural Climate Summit is scheduled to take place on Sunday, April 18th in the afternoon relative to Pacific Standard Time (PST) in the United States. This is equivalent to late evening on the 18th in Europe and Africa, and to early morning on Monday the 19th of April in Asia and Oceania.

The relativity of time zones is, in fact, one of the principal obstacles to scheduling a synchronous global event like the Climate Summit. However, we should creatively face this challenge to avoid flying countless thousands of people to common locations each year, at great carbon-expense, simply to be in the same time zone for a meeting. Let’s transition to greater use of technology to supplant carbon-intensive travel.

The exact time of day for this 3-hour event will be determined as the list and geographic distribution of our RoundTable participants is determined. Register early for a seat at The Climate Summit, in the comfort of your own home or office, and to stay current as our schedule develops.


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