Registration is now open for the MT2030 Climate Solutions Summit – Breckenridge
PARK CITY, Utah (Aug. 30, 2022) – Mountain Towns 2030 is proud to announce the return of the MT2030 Climate Solutions Summit, the annual gathering of key stakeholders from mountain and outdoor communities working together to implement bold ideas to meet the zero-carbon commitment. Taking place in Breckenridge, Colorado on September 20-22, this year’s Summit will bring together local government elected officials, staff and sustainability teams, ski resorts, business and community leaders, and nonprofits for three days of keynotes, conversations and hands-on workshops with some of our nation’s foremost climate, community and business voices. The Summit will be held at Breckenridge’s Riverwalk Center and at various small group locations throughout the Breckenridge Downtown Arts District.
The unique format of the Summit will facilitate conversation, collaboration and action. Following the first day of passionate keynotes and climate conversations, the second day of the Summit is devoted to collaborative workshops with experts and peers to provide tools and tangible solutions to tackle some of the toughest climate challenges facing our mountain communities.
Attendees will leave the Summit with a renewed perspective of what real climate leadership is, as well as a network of colleagues and the tools that will accelerate their climate action planning.
The Summit will feature a number of prominent speakers including keynotes from Dr. Michael Mann, Distinguished Professor of Atmospheric Science at Penn State University and Pete McBride, National Geographic Photographer and Filmmaker. Featured speakers also include: Sam Adams, the former Mayor of Portland, Sara Axelrod, Director of Sustainability at the Ball Corporation, Rob Thomas, co-founder of Climate Candidates, as well as many others.
“We are incredibly excited to bring the MT2030 Climate Solutions Summit to Breckenridge,” said Luke Cartin, Mountain Towns 2030’s co-founder. “The opportunity to convene such a large and diverse group of community leaders to collaborate on real climate solutions is so important, now more than ever.”
MT2030 is proudly sponsored by the Alterra Mountain Company, Boyne Resorts, Powdr, Vail Resorts, as well as Hosts Communities, the Town of Breckenridge, Town of Frisco, Summit County, and the towns of Dillon, Silverthorne and Blue River.
About Mountain Towns 2030
Mountain Towns 2030 (MT2030) empowers mountain and outdoor communities to accelerate their progress to zero carbon emissions by uniting diverse stakeholders, providing the forum for collaboration, and placing actionable and proven tools in the hands of community leaders. Founded in Park City, UT in 2019, the organization has built a movement of mountain communities all facing similar impacts and a feeling sense of urgency from the increasing threat of climate change. By sharing expertise, tools, and data, we are building capacity in communities where it otherwise did not exist and accelerating our collective action towards a zero-carbon future. For more information, visit MT2030.org.
Marisa Dobrot | Verde Brand Communications