Session: Women Leading Climate Action: Building Trust and Creating Inclusive Solutions for a Sustainable Future
Today, the climate crisis is undoubtedly the most pressing and complex challenge we face. With the urgent need to accelerate progress towards effective and equitable climate solutions, building trust is more critical than ever. And who better to lead the way than women?
Join us for a session that explores the essential role of women in driving trustworthy and effective climate action. We'll delve into the importance of building trust in climate action and how innovative solutions, such as carbon removal technologies, can help tackle the climate crisis and create a just and livable future for all.
With the window of opportunity rapidly closing, creating inclusive and equitable climate solutions where all voices are heard and all concerns are addressed is crucial. Women, who are often disproportionately affected by climate disasters, bring unique perspectives and expertise to the table, making their leadership indispensable in this crucial moment.
Attendees will gain valuable insights into the critical role of trust in accelerating progress towards effective and equitable climate solutions. We'll also explore the potential of innovative solutions such as carbon removal technologies, and how women's contributions in tech can create a sustainable and equitable future for all.
- The unique contributions of women in tech in driving innovation and creating trustworthy and effective climate solutions.
- The potential of innovative solutions, such as carbon removal technologies, to tackle the climate crisis and create a just and livable future for all.
- The critical role of trust in accelerating progress towards effective and equitable climate solutions.
Leila Toplic is a leading expert at the intersection of technology, ethics, and SDGs. As the Chief Communications and Trust Officer at Carbonfuture, Leila is responsible for leading Carbonfuture's trust and communications strategy, while fostering sector-wide collaboration to build trust in the global carbon removal market.
With over two decades of experience spanning across enterprises like Microsoft, nonprofits like NetHope and its 65 global NGO members, and startups, Leila's expertise includes developing global initiatives and alliances, leading global communications, catalyzing multi-stakeholder partnerships, and building responsible technology products and policies.
Leila is recognized as one of the Top 100 Brilliant Women in AI Ethics in 2021 and serves on boards and committees for initiatives such as the Digital Trust Label in Switzerland. She also serves as a Technology Ethics and Human Rights Advisor to technology companies and social impact organizations.
Leila is passionate about promoting just and equitable climate action, responsible and ethical innovation, and gender equity in tech.