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Accelerating Climate Progress: Prominent Leaders Share Their Insights

Our American Climate Leadership Summit last September brought together more than 200 CEO-level leaders from a variety of sectors. With “solutions” as the focus of the event, these leaders spent the afternoon sessions collaborating on key priorities for accelerating climate progress in 2017 and beyond.   Now that we’re a few months into 2017 (and […]

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Attending ecoAmerica’s American Climate Leadership Summit 2016

In September, I attended the American Climate Leadership Summit 2016 and I heard story after story about how climate change is impacting different communities and what they are doing about it. The Summit was hosted by ecoAmerica, a non-profit organization that works with partners to build awareness, understanding and action for climate and environmental solutions. […]

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American Climate Leadership Summit Recommendations Report Now Available

Climate leadership can come from anywhere, and it takes many forms. On September 14-15, over 200 CEO-level leaders and experts from business, health, faith, higher education, communities, government, culture, philanthropy, and climate gathered in Washington, D.C. for the American Climate Leadership Summit. Over two days filled with inspiring speeches, panel discussions, working groups, and strategy […]

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Why This Autumn Will Be a Hot Time for Climate Leadership and Solutions

As I write this, the world just had its hottest month in recorded history. Here in Washington D.C, where July is normally our hottest month of the year, we had our sixth hottest July on record. Our unusually hot days are combining with the quieter, less frenetic pace of activity that D.C. usually experiences in […]

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