Date: February 20, 2020

Time: 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Location: San Francisco, CA

Overview

WHAT
Tackling climate change will require continual innovation and new technologies. With a groundswell of innovation from clean energy to carbon emissions monitoring to agricultural soil carbon sequestration, a new class of entrepreneurs are leading the charge.

Please join E2 and Grist for an evening with the next generation of climate entrepreneurs to hear the stories, successes, and trials of five innovators working to solve the climate crisis. In addition to featuring these E2 members and Grist Fixers, the event will showcase opportunities for entrepreneurs to take their work to the next level including E2’s Emerging Leaders program and 1 Hotels Fellowship, the Grist 50 Fixers program, and the pro-bono legal services of Stanford’s Lawyers for a Sustainable Economy.

Hors d’oeuvres and refreshments will be provided.

WHEN
Thursday, February 20, 2020
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

WHERE
Lyft Headquarters
185 Berry Street #5000, San Francisco, CA 94107

SPEAKERS
Sam Arons  Director of Sustainability, Lyft
Ilan Gur  Founder and Executive Director, Cyclotron Road and CEO, Activate
Lauren Hafford – 1Hotels Fellow and Engineer, Farmers Advancing Regenerative Management Systems
Davida Herzl – Co-Founder and CEO, Aclima
Virginia Irwin Klausmeier – Founder & CEO, Sylvatex

Featuring
Molly Melius – Lawyers for A Sustainable Economy, Stanford Law School

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