in Reykjavik, Iceland
Welcome to the 1st international sustainability gathering in Iceland.
At Reykjavik Sustainability Summit you will learn about the state of sustainability and the opportunities for international collaboration in Iceland.
The opportunities that Iceland has to offer within Sustainability
Get introduced to key players in Icelandic Sustainability field and international actors to form new partnerships
Take part in discussions to support or become a member of the Reykjavik Sustainability Think Tanks
We are currently developing the program and it will be announced shortly
To get your venue ticket once it becomes available
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We have applied our signature conference format to this event, featuring a limited number of partners, actors, speakers, topics, and a maximum of 125 participants.
With this we guarantee an environment that encourages to go deeper into the topics and provides ample of networking opportunities, prioritising quality over quantity to create an overall more valuable experience for the attendees.
The conference will be in-person & available to follow on online.
of this year’s
- Sustainable Food Tech Future in Iceland & the Nordic Region
- Advancing the Circular Economy in Iceland
- Sustainability in the Fishing Industry
- Iceland’s Transition to Renewable Energy
- Revolutionizing Green Mobility
- Expert discussions representing Research – Science – Policy – Entrepreneurship and public & private sector
- International line up of speakers and participants
- Highly interactive sessions
- Dedicated time to network and make new connections
- 1 follow up workshop
Iceland aims to be carbon neutral by 2040
100% of electricity and house-heating comes from renewable sources (hydro and geothermal)
Iceland’s Carbfix project binds CO2 emissions directly into stone to store underground at an industrial scale
Consumers in Iceland will have full traceability of their meal, a carbon cost label, and carbon offset information directly from food suppliers, both in shops and restaurants by 2040
Iceland aims to have all domestic transport run on locally produced alternative fuels by 2040
Iceland will ban fossil fuel powered vehicles by 2030
Icelandic farmers are already planning for the certification of the entire agricultural sector as carbon neutral by 2040