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The Collider presents CCx Luminaries: Katharine Wilkinson
April 2, 2019 • 7:00 PM
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Business executives, entrepreneurs, climate scientists, and students from across the country will converge in Asheville this spring for Climate City Expo 2019, a conference that explores innovative climate solutions and business opportunities.

Climate City Expo (CCx) 2019 is a project of The Collider, a nonprofit innovation center in Asheville, N.C. that empowers climate data entrepreneurs who help communities and economies become resilient to a changing climate. Held March 29 – April 7, 2019, CCx 2019 is a 10-day celebration of Asheville’s creativity and commitment to climate change awareness and action, featuring seven tracks of programming: Business, NextGen, Luminaries, Arts, Eats, Learn, and Faith. Katharine K. Wilkinson, VP of Communication & Engagement at Project Drawdown, is part of the CCx: Luminary track, where the public will hear from visionary leaders who have made environmental action and a commitment to science lifelong callings.    

Katharine K. Wilkinson is a writer, speaker, and strategist whose work aims to explore, amplify, and invigorate action to address climate change. She is VP of Communication & Engagement at Project Drawdown, where she is advancing the organization's message, reach, and influence around the world. She was lead writer for the New York Times bestseller "Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming." The book details the 100 most substantive climate solutions and, in so doing, paints a vision of what is possible. Her expertise has been featured in programs on The Weather Channel, by Aspen Ideas, Skoll World Form, Talks @ Google, TEDWomen, and on numerous radio shows and podcasts.