THE COMING LOW-CARBON DISRUPTION
Join influential figures from the global climate and energy community at the sixth International New York Times Energy for Tomorrow conference. Hear from high-level thought leaders in government, business, academia and the media as we explore how to expand and accelerate low-carbon solutions while addressing future energy challenges.
Energy for Tomorrow 2015, hosted by the International New York Times, will bring together global leaders to discuss the future of energy in a sustainable world at a unique inflection point in world history: the pivotal U.N. COP 21 conference in Paris.
The event will shed light on the business opportunities and challenges – including the essential technologies, policies and financial implications – linked to the world’s transition to a low-carbon, climate-resilient, energy-efficient future.
Since its launch in 2010, Energy for Tomorrow (formerly the Global Clean Energy Forum) has become a critical meeting point for the industry, attended by over 350 senior participants from more than 30 countries.