Come back to this page for rolling updates throughout the day as we kick off ClimateTech, MIT Technology Review’s first ever conference dedicated to finding solutions for climate change. Programming starts at 9am ET on Wednesday October 12, and you can follow along here to find out what’s being said on stage. It’s not too late to get tickets, if you haven’t already.
For a taste of what’s to come, read our senior climate change and energy editor James Temple’s essay, in which he lays out the unbelievably high stakes we’re grappling with, the vast challenges that stand in the way of preventing the planet getting hotter and hotter, and—believe it or not—the reasons for optimism, despite the urgency.
Today we’ll be hearing from a vast array of different voices working in this space, including political advisors, MIT professors, clean energy experts, venture capitalists, startup founders, and more. Tune in at 9am!