We're excited to present the first round of sessions to make it into the SXSW Eco 2016 program along with exciting new speakers!
You now have the weekend to perfect your Place by Design submissions. Building off the energy of last year's breakout pitch competition, 2016's PXD has two additional categories for entry and added incentives provided by premier sponsor Southwest Airlines.
PanelPicker Submissions: Now With More Time! Take the weekend to review your session or enter your last minute inspiration. Panel submissions will close May 1 at 11:59pm CT.
We're happy to announce our first Place by Design Jurors, experts in public interest design, architecture and urban planning, who will choose the winners of PXD at SXSW Eco. There are seven categories for entry this year and the deadline to apply to this one of a kind design competition...
Come out for a casual evening of drinks and conversation celebrating the SXSW Eco 2016 season! Meet the SXSW Eco team and others in your community doing interesting things.
We’re thrilled to announce that Kate Brandt, Lead for Sustainability at Google, Inc, will share insights on how one of the largest technology companies in the world is creating a positive impact on the environment.
We're thrilled to announce Bill Nye as a SXSW Eco 2016 Keynote Speaker! This fall, join SXSW Eco and The Science Guy in a mission to foster a scientifically literate society.
Welcome to the 6th annual SXSW Eco conference. Our team spent the last few months reviewing your feedback, hotly debating neon colors, and planning how we can make this conference a meaningful experience for our attendees throughout the year.
We're excited to announce our new premier sponsor for Place by Design: Southwest Airlines. As Place by Design celebrates the positive impact and transformative potential of public space, we couldn't be happier to welcome this new partnership, which will help us to continue to grow this integral part of the...
SXSW Eco is about connecting creative individuals who have the drive to influence social and environmental change. We recognize that conference networking can be arduous and sometimes awkward. It can be difficult to find the exact people you’re looking for, and it occupies time that you might rather spend participating...