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  • North American Carbon World (NACW) 2021 Virtual Conference Climate Action Reserve


    Date: 22 - 28 Apr 2021
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North American Carbon World (NACW) 2021 Virtual Conference

MAIN HOST(S): Climate Action Reserve

Type: Meeting or Conference Date: 22 - 28 Apr 2021 Location: Online event

The North American Carbon World (NACW) conference addresses the most pressing issues in climate policy and carbon markets to the largest gathering of climate professionals in North America. As the climate community is planning and preparing for a new era of climate policy, action, and diplomacy, NACW will explore opportunities for achieving climate solutions at the scale and pace required to prevent climate disasters. NACW features comprehensive and up-to-date information, key thought-leaders advancing innovative climate solutions, and the best networking opportunities with climate colleagues. By understanding emerging and dynamic trends, learning key policy drivers and their impacts, and building collaborative relationships with an expansive network of climate professionals, attendees will learn how to successfully meet the challenge of climate change and prevent climate disasters.

Event website: https://www.nacwconference.com/



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