Under quarantine around the world, many are taking this moment to reflect on the transition needed to ensure a sustainable future for our planet and our children. What exactly should this transition look like? And once the COVID-19 crisis has passed, what should our strategy be for guaranteeing its implementation across industries in an efficient and responsible manner?
Such are the questions posed by the Transition Forum, a climate event bringing together global business leaders, innovators, investors and visionaries whose third annual meeting this year was to take place in Nice, France. Given the circumstances, the event has migrated online, but it promises to be as thorough and insightful as always and to offer more direct interactivity to audience members than ever before.
The online Transition Forum kicks off on Thursday, May 28 at 5:00 PM Paris time (CEST), or 11:00 AM Eastern. Four additional sessions, tackling respectively the vital issues of Food, Housing, Mobility, and Production & Consumption, have been slated for June 4, June 11, June 18, and June 25. All participants will have the opportunity to get involved via interactive Q & A's and breakout sessions and to capitalize on special one-on-one networking opportunities powered by AI on a dedicated event platform.