Throughout the event there are seven sector-based tracks in the fields:

  • Agriculture
  • Clean Energy
  • Ecological Restoration and Workforce Development
  • Circular Economy
  • Climate Resilience and Adaptation
  • Developing best practices in community development
  • Engaging with strategic regional investment and policy challenges

There will also be an open track on April 4th. Each of the seven tracks will have 4-5 concurrent breakout sessions for participants to attend.  CAN is seeking people for each of these tracks who can share their specialization and expertise with a breakout group.

 CAN is seeking the following categories of presenters: 
1) Keynote Speaker with experience, knowledge and passion for Climate Resilience and Adaptation.  The Keynote address will be given in the morning of April 3rd for approximately 250 people.
2) Panelists and Presenters: 50 – 70 minute presentations (includes Q&A) or panels in sessions for each track
3) Flash Talk Presenters: 5-10 minute presentations that relate to one of the existing tracks or are tangential to the work
All Speakers will be confirmed no later than March 4th. Rehearsal meetings and check-ins will be scheduled two weeks out from the Convening.