April 21st – The Women’s Museum, Dallas
“Innovating for Scale, Recovery and Reuse”
Join us at Plasticity Texas in Dallas, on April 21st as part of Earth Day Texas, the largest Earth Day event in the world. This event will have two days of B2B conferences (see below), including Plasticity on Friday, April 21st, and then two days of programs for the general public, including Plasticity “Light” on Saturday, April 22nd. Stay tuned for more information!
“Every day, plastics help us do more with less, and plastic makers from around the world are committed to delivering solutions that improve life. The World Plastics Council supports events like Plasticity because they connect thought leaders and innovators, and enable all of us to unlock potential,” Abdulrahman Al-Fageeh, SABIC, Chairman World Plastics Council.
Click here for Hotel (Hilton Anatole) and Venue information of the beautiful Women’s Museum where Plasticity Texas will be held.
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Earth Day Texas B2B Events
In 2017, Earth Day Texas will host its inaugural investment conference, E-Capital Summit, from April 20-23 in Dallas, Texas. E-Capital is dedicated to growing the community of mission-driven and program-related investors in Texas and beyond. E-Capital is an event where investment professionals, service providers, incubators, accelerators, and early-to mid-stage companies from around the globe can come together to promote the growth of environmentally conscious technology. Discover more here on the ED50 Challenge.
A diverse group of approximately 100 corporate, environmental, academic, and philanthropic leaders will gather in Dallas, Texas, to launch an unprecedented collaboration. The Earth Day 50 Challenge unites leaders of the world’s most influential companies and dedicated environmental advocates. Discover more here.
Smart Texas Revolution
Join us for a two day conference at Earth Day Texas, focused on education, collaboration, and creating and aligned smart city strategy across Texas. The event will partner with cities, civic organizations, academia, regional and state entities to educate on best practices and provide case studies from around the country to inspire, and develop priorities for a statewide strategy. Discover more at: http://www.dallasinnovationalliance.com/smart-texas-revolution/
This year we are looking to significantly enlarge the legal footprint at Earth Day Texas. We envision a symposium with world class modules and world class panelists consistent with the goal of Earth Day Texas, to bring together environmental organizations, businesses, professionals, academic institutions, government agencies, speakers, interactive programming, and subject matter experts, providing a neutral platform to encouraging all attendees to be the change they wish to see in the world.
The Legal Symposium will take place April 20-21, 2017 at Fair Park in Dallas.
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EARTHACK is a hackathon centered on using technology to solve real issues plaguing the world today. We want to provide a space to help inspire ideas that can be implemented on a global scale. HackDFW and Earth Day Texas look forward to hosting you at EARTHACK, taking place at the largest Earth Day event in the United States. Join us from April 21st to 23rd to meet amazing people and help make a difference for the future. Discover more here.
The first Plasticity Forum was held in Rio de Janeiro at the the Rio+20 Earth Summit, and was followed by successful events in Hong Kong, New York, Portugal, Shanghai and London. Plasticity is about bringing together leaders who can learn and collaborate with one another to help scale up some of the great solutions which are now coming to market. The goal is to have a world where plastic is used, but without creating a plastic footprint on our communities. Plasticity Forums showcase sustainable solutions and market opportunities for transforming plastic waste into a valuable resource.
Please contact us to find out more information so that you can be part of our 7th and 8th events in Dallas and Anaheim this year. firstname.lastname@example.org