Monarch to Speak at 2024 Green Sports Alliance Summit

Join us at the 2024 Green Sports Alliance Summit at Peacock Theater in Los Angeles, CA for an engaging breakout session on Day 2 – June 13, 2024.

The Summit returns as the largest and most influential gathering for the sports and entertainment community to unite around environmental and social sustainability.  The Summit will unite over 700 stakeholders and feature proven solutions to advance this movement.

Faster, Further, Together: 2024 Green Sports Alliance Summit seeks to highlight best practices for enhancing performance and fostering a dialogue with stakeholders and fans about environmental stewardship and social justice.

- Crystal Egger, President & Meteorologist, Monarch Weather & Climate Intelligence
- Kevin Tully, Managing Partner, Monarch Weather & Climate Intelligence
- David Monico, Director of Marketing, Soul Focus Sports

Panel: “Maneuvering the Playing Field of Climate Change Challenges: Elevating Sports Fan Experience and Safety”
L.A. LIVE at Arena and Peacock Theater
Approximate Start Time:
11:25am PDT

SESSION DESCRIPTION: As the climate evolves, so do weather threats. The rise in sweltering heat waves, heightened humidity levels, severe storms, and deteriorating air quality necessitate a comprehensive approach to ensure safety and comfort for fans. From addressing concerns on parking lot tarmac to managing scorching seats and optimizing overall outdoor fan experiences like tailgates and rallies, we'll delve into strategies for mitigating these impacts.

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