Bezos Earth Fund Vice Chair and Emmy Award-Winning Journalist Lauren Sánchez to Speak About the Promise of Possibility with Innovation and Invention at Aspen Ideas: Climate

March 7, 2024

From March 11-13, 150+ leaders and climate innovators will gather with thousands of attendees in Miami Beach for Aspen Ideas: Climate 2024.

Miami Beach, FL, March 7, 2024 — Bezos Earth Fund Vice Chair, Emmy Award-winning journalist, and author of the upcoming children’s book The Fly Who Flew To Space, Lauren Sánchez, will appear at Aspen Ideas: Climate at the evening plenary on Tuesday, March 12. She will speak to the promise of possibility by unveiling solutions through innovation and invention.

Lauren Sánchez is among more than 150 speakers gathering in Miami Beach next week with global expertise spanning policymaking, science, business, technology, art, education, food, media, and more, to elevate and amplify climate solutions over 50+ unique sessions. The full agenda is available now. A limited number of passes remain on sale, while members of the media are invited to apply for press credentials.

As part of organizers’ commitment to sustainable programming, Aspen Ideas: Climate has partnered with ClimeCo to offset the event’s carbon emissions, funding greenhouse gas abatement projects in Florida. Aspen Ideas: Climate is supported by title sponsors John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, The Related Group, and the Jorge M. Pérez Family Foundation. Additional sponsors include Howard and Caroline Draft, Ami and Jack Glottman, Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau, Lennar Foundation, LSN Partners, AstraZeneca, Wells Fargo, American Airlines, Major Food Group, Bank of America, Miami-Dade County, and the Miami Beach Visitor and Convention Authority.


The Aspen Institute is a global nonprofit organization whose purpose is to ignite human potential to build understanding and create new possibilities for a better world. Founded in 1949, the Institute drives change through dialogue, leadership, and action to help solve society’s greatest challenges. It is headquartered in Washington, DC and has a campus in Aspen, Colorado, as well as an international network of partners. For more information, visit

World-famous Miami Beach welcomes millions of visitors each year to its white, sandy beaches, turquoise waters and vibrant cultural scene. Known for its colorful art deco and MiMo architecture, the 7.2-square-mile island offers some of the finest dining and hotel experiences anywhere along with a beautiful oceanfront promenade that connects South Beach to North Beach. Steps away from the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay, Miami Beach is also at the forefront of identifying workable solutions to meet the challenge of sea level rise.

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