Anthropocene Institute: We’re Working to Ensure a Sustainable Earth for Decades to Come. Join us!

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–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#NewCleanAirSXSW, Social Impact Pavilion — Exhibit Hall 4, Booth #739


Anthropocene Institute is helping build a bright, abundant future. By 2030, we aim to have solved the climate crisis by bringing together entrepreneurs, investors, and institutions to research atomic energy, improve the power grid, and restore the world’s oceans.



We have the power, knowledge, tools, and resources to make Earth a brighter, healthier, endlessly diverse, and plentiful planet — but we must move faster.




SXSW Creative Industries Expo, Austin Convention Center, Exhibit Hall 4, Booth #739, three booths down from the Exhibitor Lounge.




We’ll have a booth on the showroom floor from March 12-15 featuring our projects SpaceshipOne, Got Nuclear, AirGuardian, Solid State Fusion Energy, and QuizBam. We’ll be joined by our partners TerraPraxis, Arc Clean Technology, Generation Atomic, and Stand Up for Nuclear as special guests.




Anthropocene Institute Nuclear Communications Consultant, Dr. Dinara Ermakova will speak on March 13 at 1:00 PM Central Time as part of We Don’t Have Time’s The Climate Hub live stream broadcast at the SXSW Center.





Anthropocene is co-organizing a private, invite-only tour and demonstration of the TRIGA nuclear reactor at UT Austin on Monday, March 13 at 10:00 AM Central Time at the Nuclear Engineering Teaching Lab (NETL). EDITOR’S NOTE: The tour is now full.



Visit Exhibit Hall 4 booth #739 to learn more about powerful solutions for addressing climate change with advocates and industry experts.

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