Previous editions

A look back at previous Montréal Climate Summits

2023 and 2022

Every year since May 2022, hundreds of people from civil society and government have gathered at the Montréal Climate Summit to accelerate the climate transition and work together to build a green, resilient and livable metropolis.

Let’s take a look back at previous Summits.

A look back at previous Summits

2023

The second Summit resulted in unprecedented mobilization. Some 900 leaders from the economic, philanthropic, institutional, union, community, environmental and civil society spheres gathered on May 9 and 10 to accelerate the city’s decarbonization and bolster its resilience to climate change.

The success of this second Summit shows that the momentum for bold climate action is growing year by year. Numerous organizations announced structuring commitments toward decarbonizing the city and making it more resilient. Others demonstrated rigour and transparency by following up on the commitments they had made at the first Summit. These leaders are paving the way and inspiring others to follow.

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The Montréal Climate Summit: Teamwork

More than 20 partners made key contributions to co-constructing the 2023 Summit program, offering participative workshops, keynote speakers and panels with audience input.

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2023 Summit proceedings

The Summit Proceedings are a collective roadmap. They lay out the key findings of each conference and workshop, which, with the help of panellists and attendees, identified the challenges and opportunities on the road to a greener and more resilient city.

2022

On May 3, over 500 people took part in the first Summit, organized by the Montréal Climate Partnership in conjunction with the City of Montréal. Leaders from the business, philanthropic, political, grassroots and environmental communities, as well as students and citizens of all stripes, gathered to ramp up the city’s climate action and strengthen its resilience in the face of climate change

The meeting demonstrated that Montréal is mobilizing to achieve ambitious goals and is deeply concerned about vulnerable populations, who are the most affected by the changing climate.

The Summit was marked by frank discussions on global climate issues. The ambitious tone was set right from the start, with structuring commitments from the city’s leading players: the City of Montréal, Hydro-Québec, Ivanhoe Cambridge, the CHUM, the Direction de santé publique and Tourisme Montréal.

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The Montréal Climate Summit: Teamwork

The 2022 Summit program was built around the invaluable contributions of six partners who helped co-create panels and workshops dealing with priority projects in transportation, construction, eco-taxation and climate change adaptation.

Our proud partners

Summit proceedings

The Summit Proceedings are a collective roadmap. They lay out the key findings of each talk and workshop, which, with the help of panellists and attendees, identified recommendations for building a greener and more resilient city.

Current edition

2024 Montréal Climate Summit

May 7 and 8

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