2021 Marks Our
10th Anniversary Event
Application period now open for the
2021 Climate Leadership Awards!
Showcase Your Work on Climate and Inspire Others to Act
The Climate Leadership Awards recognize exemplary corporate, organizational, and individual leadership in response to climate change. Since 2012, the program has honored more than 185 winners from a wide range of sectors from across the U.S.
“Measurable achievements demonstrate progress, and in the case of the Climate Leadership Awards, it allowed us to underscore the value of the project in our application. You can’t manage what you don’t measure.” – Annika Swenson, Honda
Scenes from the 2020 Climate Leadership Conference
View many more photos on our Flickr page.
Featured Speakers from 2020
William K. Reilly
Senator Debbie Stabenow
“The CLC is the premier U.S. conference for companies to participate in peer exchange and stay up-to-date on the trends and innovations that will allow them to drive forward and thrive in a low-carbon economy.”
“I’ve enjoyed participating in the Climate Leadership Conference for nearly 10 years. This is a must-attend event for anyone working on climate action. From expert speakers and engaging content, to connecting with peers and sharing best practices, each year I leave equipped with new ideas and practical solutions that I can take back to my company.”
“I judge conferences by three criteria: 1) Did the presenters know what they were talking about?, 2) Did I get to hear from peers and companies facing similar challenges as ours?, and 3) Did I leave with actionable ideas about how our company’s program can improve? I’ve attended four Climate Leadership Conferences, and continue to return because the conference always meets or exceeds each of these criteria.
UTC has been aggressively working on climate-related impact reductions since 2006. The Climate Leadership Conference has been a very useful point of synthesis and provides an efficient way to learn about the results of other programs, new trends, and best-in-class corporate climate-related programs.”