Climate Leadership Summit at Telluride Mountainfilm
Last May, POW proudly hosted the inaugural Outdoor Industry Climate Leadership Summit alongside our partners, the Outdoor Industry Association. Leaders from across the outdoor industry gathered at the Mountainfilm festival in Telluride, Colorado, to discuss the challenges related to climate change and to help define tangible business actions to combat this threat to our industry.
Join us on Friday, May 25, 2018, at Telluride Mountainfilm, as we partner with OIA once again to host the second Climate Leadership Summit. This years event is specifically catered to CEOs; we’ll focus on specific how-to sessions for CEOs to dive deeper into climate messaging, policy, and corporate responsibility, with tangible opportunities to take action on both.
We hope you’ll join us.
Outdoor Industry Climate Leadership Summit
Friday, May 25, 2018
Climate Change Action Workshop 1:00-5:00pm The Madeline Hotel
Join us to hear from climate leaders, participate in four ‘how-to’ sessions on climate messaging, policy, and corporate responsibility, and listen to a panel of industry success stories. Hosted by POW, and our partners at the Outdoor Industry Association and Mountainfilm, we’re excited to share resources on how your company can best act on climate.
Henry Fountain, The New York Times
Jay Inslee, Governor, Washington State (Invited)
Tom Steyer, CEO, NextGen America (Invited)
Messaging: How to Talk About Climate Change in the Outdoor Industry – Mario Molina, Protect Our Winters
The Policy Landscape: Good Policy May be at Your Doorstep – Western Resource Advocates & The Nature Conservancy
Climate in Sustainable Business: Science Based Targets – Nikki Hodgson, Outdoor Industry Association
Success Stories from the Outdoor Industry – Moderated by Amy Roberts, Outdoor Industry Association
BOOZE & Banter: What Happened to (This) Winter? 6:30-8:00pm The Liberty Bar
Join us for a moderated discussion on how climate change impacts winters and thus the outdoor industry, locally and beyond.
Questions? Need more information? Email POW’s Manager of Advocacy and Campaigns, Lindsay Bourgoine.