•  Track A: Elevating the Occupations

    • Sessions will focus upon empowering practitioners and developing executive leadership skills, shaping career paths to advance our professions' success, creating effective governance structures informed by sector and size, and increasing recognition and adoption of credentialing by HR organizations.

  • Track B: Integrating Climate Change & Sustainability into Other Occupations

    • Events concentrating on bridging the knowledge gap between our practitioners and other fields, embedding knowledge and requirements organization-wide, engaging other professional societies and credentialing bodies to lower barriers and deepen connections, and mapping organizations and identifying departments and individuals that can help advance sustainability and climate initiatives.

  • Track C: Shaping the Market Demand for Professionals & Practices

    • Activities addressing current and future skill needs, making the business case through risk management and alignment with financial metrics, influencing the financial and accounting sectors, and aligning with the sustainable development goals.

  • Track D: Advancing Decision-Support Resources & Tools

    • Discussions aimed at developing methodologies and standards for using data, identifying and rating existing tools/resources, and how to improve economic modeling.

  • Track E: Addressing Critical Social Challenges: Public Health, Equity & Inclusion

    • A series of community dialogues on development messaging for different audiences, integrating climate action with climate justice and environmental justice movements, quantifying the value of social good vs. profit, and addressing the public health implications of climate change