Regional Leadership, Global Impacts

May the 4th: be with us! Climate Solutions' 7th Annual Breakfast

Monday, May 4, 2015 - 7:00am
Westin Seattle
1900 5th Avenue
98101 Seattle, WA
United States

Note: see coverage of our breakfast here, and  videos of our breakfast speakers here

We hope you can join us for Climate Solutions 7th Annual Breakfast on Monday, May 4, 7:30am-9am - a not-to-miss fundraiser event that will inspire and bring together leaders from all sectors of the clean energy economy, environmental advocates, and elected officials. 

Mindy Lubber

We are excited to announce that Mayor of Seattle Ed Murray and keynote speaker Mindy S. Lubber from Ceres, Inc. will be joining us.

Mindy S. Lubber is the president and a founding board member of Ceres. Ceres is the premier national organization with the mission of mobilizing investor and business leadership to build a thriving, sustainable global economy. She also directs Ceres’ Investor Network on Climate Risk (INCR), a group of 100 institutional investors managing nearly $10 trillion in assets focused on the business risks and opportunities of climate change.

Come network with your peers, celebrate our growth and hear about Climate Solutions' goals to build a stronger foundation for our region's clean economy.

Individual registration is $100/person and includes a seated breakfast. Registration will be available soon.

All of our events have been tremendous successes thanks to our sponsors, table captains, guests, and volunteers.

With your help we can build on that success this year. 

Table Captains

We'll need table captains to make the 7th Annual Breakfast even better.  Table captains invite 9 other guests to sit with them and serve as their table captain during the event. Please contact Teresa Myers if you are interested in being a table captain.

Table Hosts

We'd love for you to consider hosting a table. As a table host, you would purchase a table ($1000 for a table of 10 seats), commit to attending the event and to bringing 9 other people with you. Our hope is that you will bring existing as well as new supporters into the organization.  For more information contact Teresa.


As a clean economy leader, you understand the importance of strong policy and powerful networks to build the foundations for a sustainable, carbon-free prosperity for the region.  The Climate Solutions annual breakfast has become the premier event in the Northwest where business leaders, elected officials, and clean energy advocates gather to celebrate successes and discuss pending challenges.  Sponsoring Climate Solutions is a great way to showcase your leadership and support our mission.  Please contact  Teresa Myers if you are interested in sponsoring. Online sign up is available on the left hand side of this page.


Interested in volunteering?  Please email and put "Annual Breakfast volunteer" in the subject line for more information.

Climate Leader Sponsors


Microsoft logo


Vulcan logo 200


>Starbucks logo-200


Seattle City Light logo 200



Climate Partner Sponsors


Alaska logo


Beneficial State Bank logo


Enwave logo


Earthjustice logo


Floyd Snider logo


Teamsters 28 logo



King County logo


McKinstry logo


Mithun logo


NRG eVgo logo


Pinchot logo


Puget Sound Energy logo


Seattle Childrens Hospital logo


Snohomish PUD logo


Virginia Mason logo 200



Climate Friend Sponsors


Bricklin-Newman logo


Clean Energy Works logo


Moxie Media logo


WSU logo 200


WWU ISI logo 200



Table Hosts

1Energy Systems
Bruce Amundson
Evercore Wealth Management
Frank Greer & Stephanie Solien, Climate Solutions Board of Directors
Lisa & John MacLean
Ross Strategic
Seattle Academy of Arts & Sciences
City of Seattle, Office of Sustainability and Environment
Steve Sundquist, Climate Solutions Board of Directors
Sound Transit
University of Washington: College of Built Environments, College of the Environment, School of Public Health, and UW Sustainability
Washington Environmental Council - Washington Conservation Voters 
Daniel Weise, Climate Solutions Board of Directors 
Wildlife Forever Fund
Heidi Wills & Kobi Yamada