This panel discussion will explore the advantages and disadvantages of litigation as a strategy for policy change and promoting food equity. It will also explore the role of litigation in defending food policies that The Trump Administration or Congress are seeking to reverse. A discussion will follow the panel.
Outside the week 55 West 125th Street, 7th Floor New York, NY 10027 Thursday September 14th 9:00am 10:30am
Those of us in the humanities, social sciences, arts, and community activism study human motivation, creativity, agency, and ways of living. How can we use that study to imagine the transformations and losses of climate change? How can we make concrete the challenges that humans will face in the next century?
Outside the week 1 Washington Place New York, NY 10003 Friday September 15th 9:30am 6:00pm
The Solve Challenge Finals in New York City will bring together selected innovators to pitch their solutions to a panel of expert judges and a live audience on Solve’s 2017 Global Challenges.
Outside the week Apella at Alexandria Center 450 E 29th St New York, NY 10016 Sunday September 17th 9:00am 7:00pm
Theatre in the Age of Climate Change, a HowlRound blog series curated by Chantal Bilodeau to coincide with Climate Week NYC, looks at how theatre artists are responding to the global climate crisis
Outside the week Online Sunday September 17 at 12 noon TBC
Equator Prize celebrates local heroes working on the frontlines of environment, poverty, and climate challenge. An Academy Awards-style event, the ceremony will convene over 1,500 people.
Outside the week Town Hall Theatre, NY 10036 Sunday September 17 at 7PM 9PM
While you’re in NYC for Climate Week, take a few minutes to drop by M&M’S World Store in New York City to learn more about why M&M’S are FANS OF WIND. This new campaign shines a light on one reason why everyone should care about wind: because climate change is real and businesses need to be a part of the solution.
Monday Sept 18 M&M's World 1600 Broadway (at 48th Street) New York, NY 9:00am 12:00am
As technology advances, engineers are discovering new and exciting ways to keep people and products cool, while doing the same for the planet. Exciting developments in refrigerants are helping to make this possible, so Danfoss is launching a global initiative this fall to spread awareness about the role refrigerants play in preserving our global climate.
Monday Sept 18 Online 12:00am 11:59pm
The Climate Hub is an internal discussion space between members and partners to develop strategies and plans more than anything else. It is also an open space to connect with various climate actors and it will host several events throughout Climate Week.
Monday Sept 18 Instituto Cervantes New York Auditorium 211 E 49th St New York, NY 9:00am 6:00pm
The SDG Media Zone is a platform for editors, bloggers, content creators and influencers to communicate innovations, partnerships and discussions as a call to action for humanity to engage the Sustainable Development Goals.
Monday Sept 18 United Nations Headquarters TBD
The Conference will feature five sessions, moderated by Secretary John Kerry, with key business, political and diplomatic leaders on critical topics including the future of energy; the role of the private sector; state, city and international efforts; bipartisan U.S. leadership; and citizen engagement and activism.
Monday Sept 18 Yale University 12:00pm 6:00pm
The Climate Denial, Impacts, and Liability panel moderated by Mashable’s Andrew Freedman will focus on what the industry knew about climate change, the impacts of climate change and denial, and new efforts to hold the industry accountable.
Monday Sept 18 Paul Nicklen Galley, 347 W. Broadway New York, NY 10013 7:30pm 8:30pm
Concert for a Sustainable Planet hopes to foster a dialogue and inspire concrete action. The program features classical pieces, such as Beethoven's Eroica, alongside contemporary pieces, including world premieres by composers Ronen Shapira and Merlijn Twaalfhoven. Shapira joins the ensemble, and Twaalfhoven directs the performers together with the audience in an innovative, collaborative piece
Monday Sept 18 Carnegie Hall, 57th Street & Seventh Avenue, NY 10019 7PM 9.30PM
Solar One, ACRE, and Greentech Media have partnered to create a program, Clean Energy Connections, that provokes discussion, shares best practices and new visions – and then provides a consistent, accessible forum that NYC’s clean energy industry turns to for ongoing interaction and the development of working partnerships
Tuesday Sept 19 44 Charlton St New York, NY 10013 6.30PM TBC
This event will consist of a 45 minute tour with the curator of the Future City Lab at the Museum of the City of New York, an innovative, interactive exhibition that invites visitors to consider the big challenges facing New York City today and to imagine approaches and solutions for a better future.
Tuesday Sept 19 1220 5th Ave. New York, NY 10029 10:00am 11:00am