Our climate is changing
and we must adapt.
The National Adaptation Forum is hosting their annual climate adaptation conferencein Madison, WI, drawing in leading voices and experts from across the country. They’ve invited us to run an idea hackathon alongside the conference!
Motivated students and professionals of any age or background should join. We’ll create innovative ways to drive adaptation for climate change. We’ll then pitch ideas to the conference attendees and vote on the most impactful concepts.
This event is free to attend. Spots are limited. Prizes will be awarded!
THE WHEN + THE WHERE
12:30-6:30pm at Monona Terrace Convention Center in Madison, WI
(Google Map Link)
Folks from Milwaukee: we have a bus leaving from the Global Water Center (247 Freshwater Way) at 10:45am. There’s a free parking lot nearby for your car!
WHAT WILL I BE DOING?
We’re going to come up with ways to build more resilient communities, ready to adapt to climate change. You’ll explore new technology, utilize human-centered design thinking and practice strategic disruption. You’ll do all of this on a cross-functional team of other talented people from across the region and get guidance from a variety of mentoring professionals.