Nobel Prize Summit


Follow this link if you would like to register for the summit. Please indicate in the form that you are press and we will make sure to update you with relevant news around the summit.


Call for action

Read the call for action produced from the summit: “Our Planet, Our Future. An Urgent Call for Action.”


Published news from the summit organisers

3 June 2021

‘Our Planet, Our Future’ Statement Signed by 126 Nobel Laureates Delivered to World Leaders Ahead of G-7 Summit


27 April 2021

Afternoon Round-Up


27 April 2021

Agenda Highlights


26 April 2021

Afternoon Round-Up


26 April 2021

Agenda Highlights


26 April 2021

John Kerry to Participate in Nobel Prize Summit Today


16 April 2021
Key Leaders of the Nobel Prize Summit “Our Planet, Our Future” Stress Urgency for Action, International Collaboration


18 March 2021

Major State of the Planet report published in advance of first Nobel Prize Summit April 2021 (pdf)

Our Future in the Anthropocene Biosphere


17 March 2021
Nobel Prize Summit ‘Our Planet, Our Future’ to Be Held April 26-28; Registration Now Open


16 Oct 2020
Listen to the Science


4 Feb 2020
Not a Decade to Spare for Climate Action



Visit the link below for an image bank with photos related to the summit.




All video material is gathered in the platform where you can follow the meeting. Please register to see the Nobel Prize Summit and the video material.


Project Syndicate

In the run-up to the summit, Project Syndicate – in partnership with the Nobel Foundation, the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, the US National Academy of Sciences, and the Stockholm Resilience Centre – is bringing together scientists, policy makers, business leaders, and Nobel Prize laureates to analyse and debate some of the most pressing issues of our time.


Read the Op-Eds here: https://www.project-syndicate.org/topic/our-planet-our-future


Digital Amphitheater – The Oedipus Project

Theater of War Productions will be launching a Digital Amphitheater during the Nobel Prize Summit with a performance featuring Bill Murray (Lost in Translation), Frances McDormand (Nomadland), Jeffrey Wright (Westworld), Frankie Faison (The Wire) and other leading actors. The play’s Chorus will be performed by Nobel Prize laureates, including Dr. Elizabeth Blackburn.

Read more here



In the lead up to the Nobel Prize Summit we are hosting a number of webinars exploring themes relating to the summit.

Ensuring a Thriving Ocean Economy for Everyone on 12 April

The Power of Stories: Writing the Future of Our Planet on 31 March

Tipping points for sustainability transitions on 30 March

Science, Society, and Development on 29 January



Press contact

US National Academy of Sciences’ Office of News and Public Information; +1-202-334-2138 or [email protected].
Nobel Foundation; +46 734 12 66 75, [email protected].

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