We're pleased to announce that the American Institute of Architects has accredited many of our Design, Cities and Energy sessions at SXSW Eco 2015. This is the third year that we've worked with AIA to accredit SXSW Eco sessions, and we are thrilled that they find much of our...
We are pleased to announce our closing speaker, Krista Donaldson, CEO of D-Rev, an impact design firm that exemplifies this philosophy by improving the health and income of the world's most vulnerable populations.
We are proud to announce our partnership with Next City, a nonprofit media organization dedicated to creating social, economic, and environmental change through the sharing and exchange of information.
What we do at SXSW Eco would not have the same impact without help from our supporters. We would like to take a moment to recognize these venerable organizations who set high standards for an impact company today and embody what SXSW Eco stands for.
In his SXSW Eco Keynote session, James Redford will tell the story of creating HAPPENING., a feature film documenting the dawn of America’s clean energy economy as it creates jobs, turns profits, and makes communities stronger and healthier.
We're excited to announce our partnership with +SocialGood for this 2015 season! +SocialGood is an international community where digital innovators, thought leaders, social entrepreneurs, change makers, and global citizens come together to share world-changing ideas and catalyze action.
We're extremely proud to announce the 2015 Finalists of SXSW Eco's Place by Design (PXD) competition. Place by Design showcases projects that transform our everyday surroundings, pushing places to their greatest potential to engage, educate and achieve lasting impact.
SXSW Eco is proud to announce our partnership with CleanTX this coming October. CleanTX is the primary cluster development organization for clean technology in Central Texas.
This week we are proud to announce the recipients of the SXSW Community Fund Grants for 2015-2016. The five $10,000 grants recognize U.S.-based charities that are working to find solutions to local community issues and improve the lives of the underprivileged or disenfranchised.