This event October 21 to 24 is one of several inspirational global events in October.
A feature of this summit is its delivery in three time zones and the inclusion of in-person hubs.
The Summit includes three days (October 21,22 and 24) of 24 hours of round-the-world programming. Three different time regions of the world each have eight-hour summits. This is nine eight-hour programs over three days. 72 hours total (each segment has a one-hour break).
- The Americas. 8:00 am to 4:00 pm Pacific time (Seattle).
- East Asia and Oceania: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, New Delhi time.
- Africa, Europe and West Asia. 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, London time.
Seattle might be the best match for Aotearoa. This screenshot from worldtimebuddy reveals a four-hour lag. A 9.00 am start there would be a 5.00 a.m. start in New Zealand.
The summit is planning in-person hubs. These will engage in planning based on summit content.
While many of the global participants will be working in environments quite different to ours, we have much to learn from them and be inspired by their work.
This will provide fresh perspectivces for us here. If you or your organisation are interested in collaborating in an in-person hub please place a comment at original here:northlandclimatechange
Here are the outcomes the summit will hopefully generate. Click here for more information about the Summit.
Collaborating with other Restoration Summits The Global Earth Repair Summit is only one of a number of similar summits being held this fall.