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ClimateImpact Clubhouse

Our ClimateImpact Clubhouse, hosted globally, features a series of different events over the course of one or multiple days. We host our 2-hour signature roundtable sessions, panel discussions, and interactive workshops covering a wide range of topics all within our key verticals.

Our Verticals

AI Council

AI Council

Exploring the intersection of AI and climate technology.

Future Of Cities Council

Future Of Cities Council

Bringing together leaders and developers in smart cities.

Investment Council

Investment Council

Banks, VCs, hedge funds, private equity & family offices talking climate.

Policy Forum

Policy Forum

Connecting climate tech founders with policy makers in government.

SynBio Council

SynBio Council

Discussing synthetic biology application in climate tech.

Carbon Council

Carbon Council

Exploring what decarbonisation looks like at our Carbon Councils.

Future Of Food Council

Future Of Food Council

Exploring how we can create just and sustainable food systems.

Energy Council

Energy Council

Discussing innovative renewable energy sources.

Female Founders Council

Female Founders Council

Uniting entrepreneurs and innovators for networking and fireside chats.

Locations

London, UK

We most recently hosted our ClimateImpact Clubhouse alongside London Climate Action Week with the following sessions:

Future of Cities: Built Environment Roundtable

Future of Food Council

Investment Council

Oceans Council *new launch*

 

New York City, USA

We are headed back to New York for NY Climate Week! We will be hosting the ClimateImpact Clubhouse over the 23rd & 24th of September in Soho. Final calendar to be confirmed, but we will host events covering the following verticals:

Future of Cities

Future of Food

Carbon

Energy

Oceans

Investment

Female Founders Council 

The Chatham House Rule

All our events are subject to the Chatham House rule, which means all comments, opinions and information shared at the event won’t be attributed to the people who shared them after the event.

Why is this important? 

We want you to feel comfortable and we want you to be open. Intellectual safety is the cornerstone of collaboration. By providing anonymity to speakers and attendees we aim to strengthen business relationships by providing a ‘safe’ space in which people don’t have to run the risk of feeling compromised or being publicly quoted in the future.

This is particularly significant for our network because many of them have projects that are still in the development stage and are yet to be revealed to the public. 

We strike the right balance between fostering transparency while maintaining the integrity of your work.