Announcing ClimaCon 2021, the Second Annual Weather Intelligence Conference

Want to attend the world’s largest weather intelligence conference? Here’s the good news: you can…for free! 

Taking place on Wednesday, Apr 28, from 9 am – 11 pm ET, ClimaCon is a free digital event exploring the global impact of weather.

Why should you attend ClimaCon? The year 2020 brought extreme weather events like never before. We witnessed a record-breaking 30 hurricanes and tropical storms, massive wildfires, flooding, and much more. Taking this extreme weather into consideration, there is a new and expanded focus for ClimaCon 2021. This year’s event will focus on how the best businesses, governments, and scientists in the world are adapting to the risks posed by the weather.

The event will also highlight:

  • Why climate resiliency is defining the next generation of COOs
  • How weather intelligence vastly differs from weather data
  • Why we are building the first-of-its-kind proprietary satellites equipped with radar, and launching them into space to improve weather forecasting technology

climacon 2021 speakers

Sessions will include a number of exciting speakers, including a discussion with Alex Honnold, the renowned rock climber and star of the Academy Award-winning documentary, Free Solo, talking about how weather affects top athletes. 

ABC’s Chief Meteorologist Ginger Zee will dig into her experiences in the past year, covering some of the world’s biggest weather stories. 

We’ll also hear from top executives at the NFL, Softbank Energy, US Open Tennis, and The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, discussing how technology is better enabling businesses, governments, and individuals to adapt to the weather.

The event is free and open to the public, so don’t miss out on the weather technology event of the year.  

Register now for ClimaCon 20201.

 

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