What does it look like to have a sustainable future for all?
For over a decade, Summit has designed thoughtfully curated events in surreal environments. Through this work, we understand the power of environment and context. We also recognize the impact our actions can have on the environment around us.
There has never been a more important time to adopt sustainable business practices and give back to a planet that gives us so much. We pledge to continue to feature and support environmental leaders and to evolve our efforts to make our events as environmentally sustainable as possible.
Our event improvements and special volunteer projects continue to grow each year, thanks to the work of our environmental partners, including The Nature Conservancy, Conservation International, Los Amigos De La Equina, South Pole, and CHOOSE.
Planting Trees in LA with Treedom and TreePeople
At LA19 Summiters joined our partners at TreePeople and Treedom to plant 32 trees in Huntington Park, contributing to a breathable, beautiful, and sustainable LA.
After seeing ocean conservation in action during Summit at Sea, Summit community members donated $520,000 towards creating the Berry Island Marine Protected Area.
In 2020, we are doubling down our efforts, joining Conservation International and their work with many partners around the world to double the amount of marine protected areas globally.
Tulum Gardens & Sustainable Ecology
Community in Action: In the spirit of giving back to Tulum, Summit invited Community members to join us and permaculture expert and long time Summiter Stephen Brooks on a gardening adventure with Los Amigos De La Equina.