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.
Tuesday Sept 19 Instituto Cervantes New York Auditorium 211 E 49th St New York, NY 9:00am 6:00pm
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.
Tuesday Sept 19 Yale University 10:30am 6:30pm
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
Learn about the human impacts of climate change from a leading researcher in climate migration, Alex de Sherbinin of Lamont-Dorherty Earth Observatory and experience works by photographer Ed Kashi.
Tuesday Sept 19 180 Maiden Lane New York, NY 10038 6:00pm 7:00pm
This invite-only event will provide you the opportunity to hear from influential members of the investor and policy communities, as well as the chance to organize our collective networks around the emerging issues of Climate Week.
Tuesday Sept 19 127 West 26th Street Suite 300 New York, NY 10001 6:00pm 8:30pm
This panel discussion will bring together representatives from various sectors - the different kids in the sandbox - in order to elicit a better understanding of their unique needs, the incentives and rewards that motivate them and the ways they operate and think. The aim is to formulate some principles from which we may be better able to collaborate for climate resilience.
Tuesday Sept 19 151 E. 25th Street (b/w Lexington and 3rd), Room 750, New York, NY 10010 6:15pm 8:00pm
The Climate Museum is pleased to present a panel discussion entitled “Fear and hope in the climate conversation.” This official Climate Week affiliate event will take place on Tuesday, September 19, from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm at 800 Third Avenue.
Tuesday Sept 19 800 3rd Avenue 18th Floor New York, NY 10022 3:00pm 5:00pm
Take an exciting bicycle tour of energy innovation and climate action in Manhattan’s East Village, a riverside neighborhood impacted by Superstorm Sandy. On borrowed Citi Bikes, we’ll visit community gardens, a super-efficient retrofit building, a proposed community microgrid, historic solar and green infrastructure and many more sites on the Green Map!
Wednesday Sept 20 East 10th Street, just east of Avenue A, at the bike station by Tompkins Sq Park East Village New York, NY 10009 5:30pm 8:30pm
Join us for Sustain the Vote’s launch during New York’s 2017 Climate Week. Sustain the Vote’s vision is a future where an informed electorate and elected officials agree that an economically vibrant Tri-State region depends on clean energy, resiliency, and equitable and sustainable infrastructure.
Wednesday Sept 20 32 Old Slip 24th floor New York, NY 10005 6:30pm 8:15pm
Building Resilient Prosperity: How Public Leadership and Private Capital are Transforming Risk into Opportunity
Since 2015, the annual Sun Valley Forum on Resilience is a setting for accelerating the action needed to build resilience, where leaders share strategies, present opportunities, and spark new collaborations. Join us during this Climate Week to continue to accelerate the growth of resilient prosperity.
Wednesday Sept 20 One Bryant Park New York, NY 10036 6:00pm 8:00pm
Coinciding with the 72nd Session of the UN General Assembly, this Conference will offer a high-level opportunity to explore the complex legal and political challenges of the Global Pact in light of existing agreements and soft law principles on the environment, and the current global political scene.
Wednesday Sept 20 64 Morningside Dr New York, NY 10027 9:00am 6:15pm