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LIMITED PASSES now available for CLIMATE X by Digital DNA – 17th November 2021

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17 November 2021

W5 Belfast

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What is Climate X?

This November, Digital DNA brings a new event to Belfast, focusing on the biggest challenge facing our society today. Climate X is the tech community’s opportunity to come together as one; to discuss the challenges of climate change, explore the biggest ideas in the climate tech space and specifically look at how technology, science and innovation will contribute to the climate change targets that global leaders have agreed upon.

Climate Change is the biggest challenge of our generation. How will the Tech Sector respond?

Our Partners

Topics Covered

Green Tech

Food Technology

Agri-Tech

Climate Change

Tech for Good

Sustainability

COP26

Startups

Climate Tech

Smart Cities

Future of Work

Renewables

Mobility

Clean Energy

Data Storage

Next Gen Outlook

Meet Our Speakers

Our Schedule

Find out what is going on at Climate X*

*We are busy working on our schedule and will update as soon as possible

Our CEO Simon Bailie welcomes guests to the inaugral Climate X by Digital DNA

Generation Z will be the generation that will be most acutely impacted by Climate Change if no action is taken. “Zoomers” who have grown up on the internet and who are accustomed to the fast paced technological revolution have spoken up and they are now demanding action from leaders and not just words.  Global ‘30 Under 30 Environmental Educators’ and one of the UK’s Young Climate Ambassadors at the COP26 conference in Glasgow is joined by Lord Mayor of Belfast, Kate Nicholl to discuss the Gen Z perspective on the impact the outcomes from COP26 will make.

Lunch Break

Our town and city centres are undergoing a massive transformation, with all sectors of the business community adapting to a post-pandemic world and footfall still lower than pre-pandemic levels. Yet our towns and city centres remain a major contributor to climate change with estimates from the UN Environmental Programme suggesting cities are responsible for 75 percent of global CO2 emissions, with transport and buildings being among the largest contributors. 

 

If we are to meet new climate targets whilst balancing the need for a vibrant city centre economy, what does our future town and city centres look like and how will technology enable this change?

Climate Tech has witnessed unprecedented amounts of investment over the past few years. But has the rush of investor dollars over-hyped the space or is climate tech the real deal! Xxx and xxx will discuss some of the biggest bets being made in Climate Tech and what we could be seeing in everyday life in 10 years.

With many cutting edge technologies in development, it is inevitable that many will not make it into the mainstream. So how much of the hype around Climate Tech is aspiration and how much of it will actually become ubiquitous and practical to wider society. Are we placing too much hope on technology to deliver the results needed to make a significant difference to reduce the impacts of climate change?

Our Passes

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Sale Ends 16th November
£ 75
  • Unlimited access to venue
  • Access to all in-person talks
  • Complimentary Tea and Coffee throughout day
  • Complimentary Lunch & Refreshments
  • Access to expo area
  • Event Networking
  • + lots more
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£ 125
  • Unlimited access to venue
  • Access to all in-person talks
  • Complimentary Tea and Coffee throughout day
  • Complimentary Lunch & Refreshments
  • Access to expo area
  • Event Networking
  • + lots more
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