CityAge vancouver:

Decarbonizing Fast-Growing Cities

february 06, 2024
fairmont waterfront | 8:30 am - 1:30 pm (PT)

Cities are where climate action will succeed, or fail.

The Vancouver region is famous for the power of our environmentalism and quality of life.

Now we’re positioned to show the world how to decarbonize our cities - even amid rapid growth - through new technology, advanced materials and high quality urban design. 

This is a critical task, because cities account for more than 70 percent of the world’s carbon emissions.  Cities are where climate action will succeed, or fail. 

And it’s a massive opportunity. The entire physical infrastructure of cities is being reinvented and decarbonized to be more sustainable and more digital, right now. All that is happening while our cities are adding record numbers of people and investing in housing and transportation systems for them to live and move around.

This is the most transformative period in the history of cities. 

Join us in February 2024 to meet the leaders from across the Cascadia region - and beyond - who are seizing the opportunity to decarbonize our cities and create a Net Zero future. 

In collaboration with our industry partners


Early bird tickets

$395.00 USD

$295.00 USD

Early Bird Ticket sales end January 8, 2024
Each ticket receives:

  • Light Breakfast & Coffee
  • Admission to all Keynote and Panel Discussions
  • Networking Opportunities
  • Live Q & A Session
  • Lunch

Speakers include:

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The Venue

900 Canada Pl, Vancouver, BC V6C 3L5
Located on the city’s dynamic harbourfront, Fairmont Waterfront is a world class luxury hotel in Vancouver, and proudly embraces a sustainable philosophy. We offer upscale comfort, personalized service, and unparalleled West Coast views, with easy access to everything that makes Vancouver spectacular.
Business Casual Attire (no athletic wear) is suggested.

CityAge vancouver will address:

Decarbonizing Cities: The huge economic opportunity in promoting clean technologies that can build low carbon cities

Electrifying Transportation: From personal vehicle charging infrastructure through medium and heavy duty applications in ports, freight and airports

The Next Million: Achieving urban density and affordability  in fast growing urban regions while also lowering carbon emissions

Digitizing the Permitting Process: How new digital systems of permitting and approval can scale housing and construction, fast

Unleashing advanced urban energy systems

Connecting Cascadia: How high-speed rail, digital tools and new infrastructure can connect the entire region, not just its cities


We'd love to chat! Reach out to us to learn more about sponsorship and speaking opportunities.


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