Join world leaders at AREDAY2019
The Annual Summit brings together over 100 cross-sector speakers and includes a film festival and concert. Join us this year!
DATES: August 14-17, 2019
LOCATION: Aspen/Snowmass, CO
Full passes include entry to receptions, concert, expo and IMPACT FILM.
Passes available for students and locals, government and non-profit.
Listen to Founder Chip Comins discuss AREDAY and The Politics of Change: Creating the New Hydrogen-Carbon Economy with Duncan Campbell on Living Dialogues:
AREDAY Summit 2019 Featured Speakers
The AREDAY Summit convenes 100+ thought leaders and experts from multiple sectors to foster climate change solutions at the speed and scale necessary to phase out fossil fuels, and usher in a rapid transition to a new, clean energy economy.
Timothy E. Wirth
United Nations Foundation
2020 Democratic Presidential Candidate
Gen. Wesley Clark
Wesley K. Clark & Associates
Youth Climate Activist
Trammell S. Crow
Planet Power Systems
League of Conservation Voters
Formerly with Los Angeles Lakers and Phoenix Suns
Blue Planet Alliance
Capt. Paul Watson
The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society
Rocky Mountain Institute
Our Children’s Trust
Chief Sustainability Officer
University of Colorado Boulder
Per Espen Stoknes
Centre for Green Growth, Norwegian Business School
National Council for Science and the Environment
Tom Van Dyck
RBC Wealth Management
Wallace Global Fund
Energy Africa Conference
Natural Capitalism Solutions
Sally Jewell Coxe
Bonobo Conservation Initiative
National Wildlife Federation
Pitkin County Library (Aspen) & Viceroy Hotel
A solutions oriented film festival, featuring documentary and environmental focused films, which offer an action plan for the audience to engage in and move forward.
Featured at AREDAY 2019
My Decade in the Youth Climate Movement
Directed by Slater Jewell-Kemker who will be present at screening for Q & A.
Stay tuned for more details on 2019 IMPACT FILM.
Past Films Include:
AREDAY Strategic Partners
Summer Tour Launch
from AREDAY 2016
Snowmass Village, CO
Michael Brune of the Sierra Club,
the musical talents of Taj Mahal
and aerial photography by Spectral Q.