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Connect with innovators on the frontlines of climate action

MaRS Climate Impact brings together the world’s foremost tech and finance leaders to speed up the adoption of climate solutions.

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ABOUT MaRS CLIMATE IMPACT

MaRS Climate Impact is a new innovation conference that brings together the global cleantech ecosystem — in person and online

The transition to net-zero requires a massive and interconnected global effort to deploy new technologies that can create a more sustainable future.

MaRS Climate Impact delves into the most promising ideas and innovations that could help prevent the most disastrous consequences of climate change and build a cleaner economy.

Join us at the MaRS Centre in downtown Toronto or online from November 30 to December 1, 2022 for two days of interactive panel discussions, thought-provoking debates, company demos and more.

Connect with innovators and global cleantech leaders working on the platforms, partnerships and strategies needed to scale the most impactful solutions.

CONFERENCE TRACKS

MaRS Climate Impact includes three packed program tracks, each featuring renowned leaders discussing the latest innovations in cleantech.

Technology for impact

Discover the latest innovations that could help save the planet — and how to measure the impact they have.

Busting barriers to scale

Find out how new climate solutions are escaping pilot project purgatory and ramping up on a global scale.

Global action

Learn how cleantech innovators and investors are adapting to renewed economic uncertainty as they address climate issues planetwide.

Get your ticket before prices increase

Hear from the brilliant minds behind the latest technologies and trends — entrepreneurs, investors, business leaders, finance professionals, academics, journalists and policymakers

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Thank you to our sponsors

Lead Sponsor

TELUS

Presenting Sponsor

BDC

Impact Partner

kpmg

Program Sponsor

Global Affairs Canada

MICA

FinDev Canada

Media Partner

 
The Toronto Star