Speakersbureau Assemblee Speakers
Milan Meyberg

Milan Meyberg

Milan Meyberg is an Award Winning Visionary Concept Developer and Keynote Speaker on Sustainability, Innovation, Environmental AI and the Symbioscene. His latest project with AI: Right of Nature - What if the Ocean has a voice? Assemblee Speakers is the management of Milan Meyberg.

Transition & Transformation, Artificial intelligence [AI], Innovation, Sustainability
Expert | Thought leader, Visionair | Innovator
Keynote speaker, Expert, Debate
Languages spoken
English Dutch
Travels from
The Netherlands


  • 2023
  • Milan Meyberg (Rights of Nature / GAIA) wins the Marc Cornelissen Brightlands Award
  • 2023
  • Milan Meyberg (Rights of Nature / GAIA) wins the Wubbo Ockels Innovation Award
  • 2018
  • Winnaar publieksprijs “Meest duurzame bedrijf van Nederland” van Stichting Co2 neutraal.
  • 2018
  • Geselecteerd door het FD (Financieel Dagblad) als een van de 50 meest veelbelovende Nederlandse professionals onder de 35.
  • 2018
  • Geselecteerd door de Duurzame Jongeren 100 (DJ100) als een van de 100 meest duurzame Nederlanders onder de 32.
  • 2018
  • Duurzaamheid projecten opgenomen als “best practices” in het internationale studieboek “Sustainable Event Management” (Meegan Jones - 3rd edition)
  • 2017
  • Winnaar DAM-prijs: DGTL, meest duurzame bedrijf van Amsterdam.


Milan Meyberg is the founder of Emissary of Gaia and winner of the:
Marc Cornelissen Brightland Award [2023]
Wubbo Ockels Innovation Challenge Award [2023]

Milan Meyberg is an Award winniing visionary concept developer and strategist from the Netherlands who has dedicated his creative talents to creating a sustainable world. His unique mind has won him numerous awards and accolades in sustainability, circularity and events. Through his commitment to shifting paradigms, Milan is inspiring global audiences with his distinct vision of a symbioscene: a future epoch wherein nature can speak with humans, and ecosystems are represented by Environmental AI (ENVAI).

Milan Meyberg's latest project: Right of Nature - What if the Ocean had a voice?
Imagine a world in which
 nature has a voice. A world in which ecosystems are personified and can assist in solving climate problems. A world in which nature has rights and wherein environmental entities such as Forests, Rivers and Oceans speak through AI.

Biography Milan Meyberg
Milan Meyberg is an award winning Sustainability Strategist, Concept Developer and Public Speaker for global lifestyle brands, NGOs and large scale music festivals.

Milan was one of the first pioneers in the Netherlands to use festivals as living labs, directing the industry's vast creative and artistic talent to solve environmental problems. Most notably, he developed and implemented several revolutionary resource management concepts, zero-waste systems, and resource handling protocols to create the world's first circular festival (DGTL Festival in Amsterdam, 50.0000 visitors).

In 2023, Milan has begun work on another world’s first: the ‘Emissary of GAIA’ initiative. A groundbreaking Rights of Nature project to bring nature into the dialogue by providing environmental entities (such as Forests, Jungles, Rivers and Oceans) with the ability to speak through generative AI.

With the GAIA botnet, Milan is paving the way for a global network of Environmental Artificial Intelligence (ENVAI), enabling ecosystems to speak and to take part in the decision making processes of NGOs, businesses and governments.


Keynote speaker


Sustainability, circularity, climate change, events, millennials.
Artificial Intelligence - Ecosystem Regeneration - Ecocentrism
Environmental Personhood - Rights of Nature - Gaia Theory
Fronteer Science - Paradigm Shifts - Future Society

1. Right of Nature - What if the Ocean had a voice?
Milan Meyberg's mission with GAIA is to give environmental entities (such as forests, jungles, rivers and oceans) a personality, a face, a voice and even a character. 'Through an open-source network of Environmental Artificial Intelligence, nature gains the capacity to speak, to be seen and heard, to reason, to solve environmental problems and possibly even to defend itself through legislation. The basis for better protection of nature.'

2. Creating the world's first circular festival: DGTL
(The development and realization of the world's first circular Festival: DGTL)
Dutch festivals are often compared to small towns. A year of preparation equates to just one or two production days, where a million turnover depends on a smooth course.
Everyone knows the images of thousands of people partying, but unknown to many are the sustainability issues that the visitors create, and how similar these are to those of cities. Issues in the field of food supply, infrastructure, energy systems, waste management, logistics, sanitation, safety and noise. Many problems arise and they all need to be addressed properly. But how does a festival like DGTL solve these issues based on a zero-waste approach? And how can the tested circular solutions serve as an example outside the festival?

In its keynote, Milan Meyberg will present the many social and technological innovations that the festival has implemented towards circular systems. He gives both practical and pragmatic examples and shows how these innovations can also be applied in other sectors, companies and even entire cities.

Issues: How do we provide (green) energy and healthy food with clean sanitary facilities for more than 45,000 people? How do we minimize waste and at the same time ensure efficient logistics? How do we combine freedom and pleasure with safety and sustainability? How do we create a zero-emission environment that promotes and facilitates sustainable behavior? How can DGTL's insights be applied to other organizations, events, companies, locations or entire cities?

3. The state of the planet, where we’re heading (and how not to panic). 
In this 60 minute minute futurist keynote, Milan Meyberg presents some of today’s most urgent topics in unique and jaw-dropping ways. He covers the current state of our planet, and outlines intriguing near future scenarios with possible far reaching implications for mankind.

Starting off in the Renaissance era, he skillfully moves the audience through the industrial age, guiding them far into the anthropocene and glimpses at a possible “second renaissance”. He covers topics such as climate change, changes in biosphere, information transmission, social revolutions, energy systems, the growth of the technosphere, the and how unforseen technological combinations will affect us in ways many of us would not dream possible.
In short, Milan’s presentation is action packed with forward thinking information and many eye-openers (or eye-closers) that will make you wonder if in 20 years time you’ll find yourself saying: “Damn, he was right… glad I didn’t panic.”