Date - 26/04/2021 - 27/04/2021
“If we start now, this decade can become the turning point that puts us on course toward a more vibrant, viable, and equitable future for humanity.”
Our future depends on our collective ability to become effective stewards of the global commons – the climate, ice, land, ocean, freshwater, forests, soils and rich diversity of life.
The first Nobel Prize Summit brings together Nobel Prize laureates, scientists, policymakers, business leaders, and youth leaders to explore the question: What can be achieved in this decade to put the world on a path to a more sustainable, more prosperous future for all of humanity?
Across three days, the virtual event will combine keynotes and lively discussion with live performance and theatre. Speakers will explore solutions to some of humanity’s greatest challenges: climate change and biodiversity loss, increasing inequality, and technological innovation in support of societal goals.
The summit will ask: what can we learn from our collective response to the global pandemic? And, how can societies distinguish facts from fiction in a new information ecosystem?
The first two days of the summit consists of three parts ‘Our Planet’, ‘Breakthroughs’, and ‘Our Future’. The final day of the summit consists of a series of online events to disseminate insights and findings to specific audiences.