We Are All Stakeholders in Arizona's Future
Join us on May 20, 2021
We invite you to join us in creating a stronger future for Arizona – Climate Action: Thrive in 2035.
Arizona Forward will host a virtual statewide summit with sessions that address important topics tailored to Arizona-specific climate change risks. The summit will focus on what we need to do today, above and beyond the efforts underway, to ensure that Arizona thrives in 2035. We all must play a role: large and small businesses, nonprofits, educational institutions and policy makers at the local, state and federal level.
Join us for this critical conversation led by national and local experts on climate action solutions for the future of Arizona.
Making A Difference for Arizona
What Happens At The Summit?
People are one of Arizona’s most vital resources. It’s where we get our ideas, knowledge and understanding of the critical issues facing our state. By championing these voices, we help form our future and lead efforts to ensure Arizona’s sustainability transformation. The Statewide Sustainability Summit is a signature event held each year, where Arizona Forward brings a diverse group of stakeholders together to collaborate, share ideas and create action steps for critical priority issues for the state.
Interactive breakout sessions create opportunities for members to share ideas and recommend solutions. Thought leaders and subject matter experts provide their perspectives that launch discussions and help forge solutions for the future. Each year, the outcomes of the summit guide Arizona Forward’s prioritization of the work we do, as we focus on the most pressing sustainability issues for our state.
Topics From Past Summits
Reshaping the Rio Reimagined Project; How Urban Waterways Create Healthy Communities; River Restoration and Urban Ecology
Statewide Sustainability Roadmap; Smart Transportation; Water; Forest Health; Climate Resilience in Cities
Climate Action for Arizona; Bending the Curve on Climate Change: What Businesses Can Do Today; Confronting Arizona’s Water Challenges