Climate Week NYC 2023 has officially kicked off. The largest annual climate event, hundreds of events and activities take place across The Big Apple, uniting business leaders, politicians, community decision-makers, academics, and activists in a clarion call for ambitious climate action.
This year’s theme is aptly titled, “We Can. We Will,” highlighting humanity’s determination and focus while also providing a sense of hope and agency that, together, we can break down barriers and take the necessary actions to combat the climate crisis.
As the world continues to grapple with climate chaos, innovative and ambitious climate solutions are needed now more than ever.
We Don’t Have Time, a social network for everyone who wants to be a part of the solution to the climate crisis, is hosting a series of live broadcasts from September 18th through September 22nd focused on spotlighting a broad spectrum of climate solutions. The Climate Hub brings together a host of businesses, experts, artists, scientists, and organizations dedicated to tackling the climate emergency.
The broadcast series is organized by We Don’t Have Time in collaboration with the Clinton Global Initiative, UN Development Programme, Exponential Roadmap Initiative, Ericsson, and The Nest Climate Campus. Additional partners include WWF, World Resources Institute, Fashion 4 Development, Futerra, and more.
We Don’t Have Time’s Ingmar Rentzhog, Dr. Sweta Chakraborty, and Nick Nuttall will host the broadcast.
Event attendees will have the opportunity to hear from a host of leading changemakers on topics such as climate litigation, sustainable infrastructure, fashion, climate communications, the nexus of climate change and health, and more.
We Don’t Have Time will also have a special two-day segment on “The Road to COP28,” discussing the challenges and progress made since COP27.
Through The Climate Hub, event attendees are given access to exclusive content from Solutions House, Clinton Global Initiative, Fashion 4 Development, and The Nest Climate Campus.
As with past summits, attendees will be able to interact through the app throughout the event. Attendees can submit questions for the speakers as well as share comments and ideas.
For the full program and to register for free, please visit We Don’t Have Time.