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Click Here to watch select sessions from Fortune Brainstorm GREEN 2013 on YouTube.

In 2013, Fortune again gathered “the smartest people we know” in sustainability to debate and work collaboratively on some of the globe’s most pressing problems, with an emphasis on “sustainable solutions.” We formulated innovative approaches to the most important issues surrounding corporate sustainability, energy, smart cities, and investing in the future economy. As always, our focus was on the role that business can play, profitably, in achieving these solutions.

Fortune Brainstorm GREEN: Sustainable Solutions brings together an extraordinary community of the smartest CEOs and senior executives, investors, policy makers, environmentalists and thought leaders. 2013 participants included Harrison Ford, will.i.am, CEOs Dan Akerson of GM, Rosalind Brewer of Sam’s Club, John Donahoe of eBay, Tony Fadell of Nest, Robert McDonald of Procter & Gamble,  Clarence Otis of Darden Restaurants, Ken Powell of General Mills, Cynthia Warner of Sapphire Energy and many other leaders and visionaries.

Since 2001, when the first Fortune Brainstorm was launched, these events have been known for their signature interactive formats that yield fresh ideas and help build valuable relationships among influential leaders. It’s this combination that has cemented Brainstorm GREEN’s position as the leading national conference on business and the environment.

To view select sessions from 2012 Fortune Brainstorm GREEN on demand  click here. Registration is complimentary and required.

Past Fortune Brainstorm Green Participants (Clockwise): Alan Mulally of Ford; Rob Walton of Walmart with Peter Seligmann of Conservation International and Fortune Managing Editor Andy Serwer; President Bill Clinton, 42nd President of the United States; Fortune Managing Editor Andy Serwer with Sir Richard Branson of the Virgin Group; Christie Todd Whitman of the Clean and Safe Energy Coalition; Andrew Liveris of Dow Chemical; and Majora Carter of Majora Carter Group