Join Us at VERGE Net Zero

Dan Weisman
July 20, 2021
Join us July 27-28 at VERGE Net Zero—a complimentary online event accelerating the transition to a climate-positive future.

Join us July 27-28 at VERGE Net Zero—a complimentary online event accelerating the transition to a climate-positive future. More than 5,000 leaders — including professionals in sustainability, supply chain, facilities, fleets, manufacturing, policy and other key roles — will gather to learn from company executives behind ambitious carbon targets, innovators creating low-emissions technologies and service providers that will help your organization transition to a profitable, net-zero future.

VERGE Net Zero is presented by GreenBiz Group, a media and events company that views climate change and other global environmental challenges as existential threats to business and society, as well as significant opportunities. We help our audiences understand both, including how to navigate the emerging technologies, business practices, policies and societal expectations that companies, cities and others need to know to succeed.

Our events convene the brightest minds in sustainability, technology and business from the world's largest companies, technology startups, utilities and cities.

If you can't make VERGE Net Zero, be sure to check out VERGE 21: The climate tech event. Join more than 10,000 leaders online, October 25-28 — from the private and public sectors, utilities, solution providers, investors and startups — advancing systemic solutions to address the climate crisis through five key markets: clean energy, sustainable mobility, carbon removal, regenerative food systems and resilient infrastructure.

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About the Author

Dan is an enthusiastic advocate for making the world a better place. After an early career in growth marketing, he committed to helping really smart people who want to fix really big problems. He lives in Vermont with his family and tries to rally them to spend as much time outside as much as possible.

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