Innovations in Climate Resilience Conference 2024 (ICR24)
Presented by Battelle, in partnership with several U.S. National Laboratories and the Wilson Center, ICR24 gathers creators and leaders across industry, academia, and government to share and inspire science and technology solutions for addressing climate change.
The Wilson Center is partnering with Battelle for the third annual Innovations in Climate Resilience Conference. The urgent need for scalable solutions to meet the challenge presented by the climate crisis has inspired this year's theme, "Solutions for Scaling Change."
ICR24 gathers environmental professionals, scientists, researchers, students, and leaders from the White House, Department of Energy, National Labs, Department of Defense, industry, and academia to enable innovations in climate resilience. This community comes together to discuss transformative ideas and explore real solutions to address climate change threats to our environment, health, communities, national security, and economic well-being, from the perspective of three overarching themes—adaptation, mitigation, sustainability.
The program includes an evening opening keynote and reception, a day and a half of technical presentations and panel discussions, an evening poster reception, and a closing reception. A schedule with exact times will be confirmed closer to the conference.
- Abstract Submission Deadline – December 11, 2023 – Submission link
- Early Bird Registration Opens – November 1, 2023 – Registration link
- Early Bird Registration Deadline - February 16, 2024
- Standard Registration Closes - April 15, 2024
This conference is presented and hosted by Battelle.
Every day, the people of Battelle apply science and technology to solving what matters most. At major technology centers worldwide, Battelle teams conduct research and development, design and manufacture products, deliver critical services for government and commercial customers, and help to enable science at nine U.S. national laboratories. Headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, since its founding in 1929, Battelle serves the national security, health and life sciences, energy, environment, and infrastructure industries.
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