Techonomy Events

Cleaning Up 80 Years of Plastic Waste

The Plastic Credit Exchange is on a mission to "clean up 80 years of plastic waste." It serves a global ecosystem of partners that recover, process, and recycle plastic waste with programs that improve livelihood...

Business is the Battery of Society: Reflections On Innovation

Techonomist John Suter shares his key insights from Techonomy 22 and charts a way forward. (Hint: Do not negotiate on climate.)

My Epiphanies at a Climate Innovation Breakfast

As the internet industry implodes, a session helped me realize that a newly-forming climate industry will replace it. Climate tech and climate-conscious companies will become the leading force in business and markets, a new force...

How to Catalyze Rapid Climate Action? With ‘Radical Collaboration’

Organizations can accelerate progress to net zero using a systems approach in which industry, finance, and developed and developing nations work together to decarbonize global economies

Climate Tech, Compassion, and the Innovation Crucible: Highlights of TE22

Our recent three-day excursion into the future of innovation at TE22 brought together concerns about democracy, a semi-obsession with global warming, confusion about the metaverse, and predictions of an AI/robotic society. But we found general...

Larry Brilliant at TE22: Global Warming Drives Health Threats

At Techonomy 22, noted philanthropist and public health expert pulled no punches as he weighed in on the Covid-19 response, the dangers of global warming, and more.

In Our Own Best Interests

Biden has signed some groundbreaking legislation lately, but mostly our leaders are failing us. Too many are taking actions that harm us and even them. What’s wrong with working for collective betterment?

How Sustainability Software Turns ESG Ambition into Action

IBM’s Christina Shim and Microsoft’s Mark Kroese joined Techonomy’s David Kirkpatrick at the Health + Wealth of Our Planet conference for a conversation about the intersection of technology and sustainability

Yes, the World Needs Saving

It’s a challenging time to be an optimist. There are blights on our time. If we cannot turn ostensible optimism into action to address the world’s wrongs, we are failing our fellow humans, and ourselves.

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