An evening with Bill McKibben, Søren Hermansen and Melissa Hoffer
About the Event
The Cape Cod Climate Change Collaborative (Climate Collaborative) is pleased to invite you to an evening with climate leaders and visionaries Bill McKibben, founder of 350.org and Third Act; Søren Hermansen, community energy leader and CEO of the Samsø Energy Academy in Samsø, Denmark, and Melissa Hoffer, the first-in-the-nation state climate chief under Gov. Maura Healey.
This free event, It’s Time for Climate Collaboration, will feature talks by each of the presenters, who are accomplished leaders in the fight to address and mitigate climate change and build adaptation and resilience to its effects. They will share their views on what citizens and local organizations can and should do locally on Cape Cod to address the causes and effects of climate change. While free of charge, attendees will need to obtain selected seat tickets for the event by clicking the box below.
There is no admission charge for the event, however donations will be accepted, with net proceeds supporting the Climate Collaborative and Sustainable Markets Foundation, the 501(c)3 fiscal sponsor of Third Act.
Speakers & Panelists
Author, Activist & Founder
Community Energy Leader & CEO, Samsø Energy Academy, Denmark
Climate Chief of Massachusetts
Board President, Climate Collaborative
Executive Committee Member and Chair of Government Affairs Committee, Climate Collaborative
Dr. Heather Goldstone
Chief Communications Officer, Woodwell Climate Research Center
The Cape Cod Climate Change Collaborative’s mission is to help reduce ways in which the Cape Cod region contributes to climate change and to protect our region from its potentially devastating impacts by convening, communicating, collaborating, advocating and activating people toward action.