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International

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Events

Securing our Future: People, Food, and Nature Solving the Planetary Emergency

Sunday, September 22

“Securing our Future: People, Food, and Nature Solving the Planetary Emergency” hosted by the Food and Land Use Coalition and the World Economic Forum

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Facebook Live: Decarbonizing the Hardest-to-Abate Sectors

September 24, 9:30 a.m. ET

Join RMI and partners for a panel on decarbonizing steelmaking and other hard-to-abate sectors. Thomas Koch Blank, a principal in RMI’s Industry program will be joined by leaders from HYBRIT—a Swedish joint venture formed by SSAB, LKAB, and Vattenfall. HYBRIT aims to revolutionize steelmaking by using hydrogen to create the world’s first fossil-free steelmaking technology, with virtually no carbon footprint.

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Clean Air Fund Launch (part of the UN General Assembly)

Tuesday, September 24

The World Economic Forum’s Sustainable Development Impact Summit Learn More: During the event, RMI CEO Jules Kortenhorst will speak on a panel on The Energy Transition Commission’s report Mission Possible: Reaching net-zero carbon emissions from harder-to-abate sectors by mid-century.

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Sustainable Investment Forum North America: Fireside Chat

Fireside Chat with Paul Bodnar | Anthony Hobley

10:25 a.m. ET | Crowne Plaza Hotel, New York City

Paul Bodnar, RMI Managing Director, and Anthony Hobley, Co-Founder of Carbon Tracker & Co-Chair, Climate Action discuss the state of sustainable and responsible investmentsin a Fireside Chat

Getting to Zero Forum

October 9-11 | Oakland, CA

All Day Event

Join us at the premier global event dedicated to creating a zero energy, zero carbon future for the built environment. The Getting to Zero Forum is a solutions-focused event dedicated to zero energy and zero carbon buildings. The 2019 Forum will bring together 550+ leading policymakers, design professionals, building owners, systems manufacturers, commercial real estate representatives and others working to define a new energy future for the built environment. One year after the Global Climate Action Summit in California, the Forum has been named the official follow-up event for the building industry. Continuing the work of the Global Climate Action Summit, the Forum has a specific focus on scaling energy and zero carbon buildings by developing tangible pathways for building owners, cities, communities, and states to meet their energy and climate goals, boost economic growth, and achieve the goals set out in the Paris Agreement.

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Open—Register online at https://gettingtozeroforum.org/registration/

VIP track available to donors. Contact Rebecca Pimental