2023 Montréal Climate Summit

The event will feature key stakeholders from across the Montréal metropolitan area, who will convene at the Grand Quay of the Port of Montreal on May 9 and 10, 2023. The goal of the event is to accelerate the pace of climate action in Montréal by 2030 and to stock of the progress made since last year.

The interest shown by civil society has been noteworthy, and the second edition of this now annual meeting is poised to be even more ambitious than the first. The summit was planned in collaboration with twenty key partners and is expected  to lead to further commitments that will shape the future of Montréal. The ambitious summit will last two days, gathering hundreds of participants and dozens of panelists, with an emphasis on finding solutions for and ways to: accelerate building and transportation decarbonization; transition to an equitable and sustainable transport system; use the fight against climate change, including adaptation efforts, as a means to reduce inequality; reinforce the growing role of the business and finance community in the fight against climate change; further integrate the philanthropic and healthcare sectors into the city’s climate efforts.

This year Summit will be hosted by Julie Dionne, well known animator and speaker.

WARNING: Workshops have limited seats!
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The Montréal Climate Summit is being organized by the Montréal Climate Partnership, in collaboration with the City of Montréal, and with direct input from the Center for Intersectoral Studies and Research on the Circular Economy, the Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal, the Collective Impact Project - Centraide of Greater Montreal, the Communauté métropolitaine de Montréal, the Conseil régional de l'environnement de Montréal, Coop Carbone, COPTICOM, Strategy & Public Relations, Culture Montréal, the David Suzuki Foundation, Econoler, Quebec Federation of Labour - FTQ, Fondaction, Finance Montréal, the Foundation of Greater Montréal, the Greater Montréal Climate Fund, HEC Montréal, the Intact Centre on Climate Adaptation - University of Waterloo, the Junior Chamber of commerce of Montreal, the Neighbourhood Round Tables Coalition, OGIVE art and education, Philanthropic Foundations Canada, Propulsion Québec Cluster for Electric and Smart Transportation, Transition en commun, the Trottier Family Foundation, UNIVER/CITY 2030, and Vivre en Ville.