Climate Week NYC is an important opportunity to connect with partners and explore new possibilities. In addition to attending The Hub Live, Woodwell Climate experts will be participating in multiple events throughout the week. Event information will continue to be added and updated. Join us at an event or follow us on social media for live updates from Climate Week NYC.
Tuesday, September 19 | 4–6pm EDT
Science for natural climate solutions
The J.M. Kaplan Fund, 71 W 23rd Street #903
Dr. Michael Coe
Dr. Ludmila Rattis
Dr. Glenn Bush
Dr. Zach Zobel
Woodwell Climate’s work on natural climate solutions spans four decades partnering with communities around the globe. Join us for cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and expert flash talks on what it takes to design, fund, and implement just, effective natural climate solutions.
This event is open to the public but space is limited.
Tuesday, September 19 | 6:30–8:30pm EDT
Dr. Wayne Walker
Dr. Glenn Bush
Indigenous Peoples are the experts and know best how to protect rainforests, yet less than 1% of global climate funding goes to fund their solutions. Come learn from a panel of experts about rainforest communities solutions, how we can effectively measure impact, and the mechanisms for change to shift more climate funding directly into these solutions.
Thursday, September 21 | 7pm EDT
Protecting 30% of Africa by 2030: What it means for global climate
The Explorers Club, 46 E 70th Street
Hosted by African Parks
Ladis Ndahiriwe (Park Manager, Akagera National Park)
Dave Wilson (Head of Commercial Development, African Parks)
Dr. Glenn Bush (Associate Scientist, Woodwell Climate)
Panelists will discuss the massive efforts being undertaken to protect and conserve African forests, and the ramifications for global climate.