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Fighting Plastic Pollution

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Fighting Plastic Pollution

This session is part of The Nest Summit.

The Nest Summit is an annual event during Climate Week NYC committed to advancing sustainability in the United States. By featuring the companies and government officials that are driving the U.S. to a cleaner and safer environment, The Nest Summit showcases the progress leaders are achieving and their best sustainability programs and practices.

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Seaside Chat: Restoring Abundance to the World's Oceans - ALEXANDRA COUSTEAU

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Seaside Chat: Restoring Abundance to the World's Oceans - ALEXANDRA COUSTEAU

This session is part of The Nest Summit.

The Nest Summit is an annual event during Climate Week NYC committed to advancing sustainability in the United States. By featuring the companies and government officials that are driving the U.S. to a cleaner and safer environment, The Nest Summit showcases the progress leaders are achieving and their best sustainability programs and practices.

Visit thenestsummit.com for more details on the session. 

Climate Change Impact in Amazon

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Climate Change Impact in Amazon

This session is part of The Nest Summit.

The Nest Summit is an annual event during Climate Week NYC committed to advancing sustainability in the United States. By featuring the companies and government officials that are driving the U.S. to a cleaner and safer environment, The Nest Summit showcases the progress leaders are achieving and their best sustainability programs and practices.

Visit thenestsummit.com for more details on the session. 

PROTECTING OUR OCEANS: INNOVATIONS AND REGENERATION

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PROTECTING OUR OCEANS: INNOVATIONS AND REGENERATION

This session is part of The Nest Summit.

The Nest Summit is an annual event during Climate Week NYC committed to advancing sustainability in the United States. By featuring the companies and government officials that are driving the U.S. to a cleaner and safer environment, The Nest Summit showcases the progress leaders are achieving and their best sustainability programs and practices.

Visit thenestsummit.com for more details on the session. 

Zero Carbon Britain: Skilling Up!

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Zero Carbon Britain: Skilling Up!

With technical solutions readily available, the momentum coming from towns and cities to get to net zero is the political and cultural challenge of our generation. Zero Carbon Britain’s two day interactive course helps councils, institutions, business and active citizens turn their climate emergency declarations into practical action. 

Climate Cinema

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Climate Cinema

Join us for the biggest climate summit taking place this year, in coordination with the United Nations General Assembly and the City of New York-- Climate Week NYC, from September 21-27- with events through the end of the month! Produced by Peace Boat US in collaboration with partners for Climate Action, and using the virtual theater created by SIMA - Social Impact Media Awards, the Climate Cinema on Sept 30, Wednesday will contribute to this wave of dialogue and change through film.

Forest Positive Leadership – a conversation with Chief Almir Narayamoga Surui

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Forest Positive Leadership – a conversation with Chief Almir Narayamoga Surui

As the Brazilian Amazon forests continue to be menaced by fires and acts of illegal deforestation, one of Brazil’s and South America’s most respected thought leaders, Chief Almir Narayamoga Surui, from the Paiter-Surui tribe, gives us an inside view of the current situation, including the arrival of Covid-19 virus to his community, and his people’s ongoing fight and action against deforestation.

Biodiversity Conservation in the Times of COVID

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Biodiversity Conservation in the Times of COVID

Join the Museum’s Jaffe Chief Conservation Scientist Eleanor Sterling of the Center for Biodiversity and Conservation as she explores some of the ways in which the COVID-19 pandemic has affected biodiversity conservation efforts. 

Learning from Our Past: Understanding Earth's Climate History, and Future

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Learning from Our Past: Understanding Earth's Climate History, and Future

Join scientists from the International Ocean Discovery Program (IODP) for a panel discussion of different moments in the history of Earth's climate–from the extinction of the dinosaurs, to different ice ages–that shed light on the current climatic moment, and its potential consequences, moderated by Ro Kinzler, senior director for science education at the Museum, and introduced by Museum Curator Nathalie Goodkin, an oceanographer.

The Latest Climate Reports: What You Need to Know Now

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The Latest Climate Reports: What You Need to Know Now

The evidence of climate change has never been clearer, and its impacts are being felt across the natural world and in economics, health, and food security. 

In 2020 alone, there have already been more than 40 reports, from the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and other agencies and organizations, on climate change and its impacts. The sheer amount of information is overwhelming.