Climate Week NYC is the largest annual climate event of its kind, bringing together over 500 events from across New York City. Each year, the world’s leaders from business, government, and civil society come to showcase the best climate action and discuss how to do more.
Climate Week NYC is hosted by the Climate Group, an international non-profit whose purpose is to drive climate action, fast. Climate Group hosts a series of high-profile events during the week that bring together the most senior international figures from business, government, and the climate sector.
When is Climate Week NYC?
This year Climate Week NYC will take place September 19-25, 2022.
Climate Week NYC takes place every year during the United Nations General Assembly and is run in coordination with the United Nations and New York City.
What is the theme of Climate Week NYC this year?
What is the format?
The Opening Ceremony (September 19) kicks off Climate Week NYC each year, with significant announcements and key climate moments setting the tone and pace of the week. It’s attended by an invited audience of 400 leaders from business, government, and the climate sector. The live streamed event will be open to all.
The Hub Live (September 20-21), will bring together over 1,000 international decision-makers and leaders from business, policy and civil society to drive climate action, fast. Selected sessions will also be streamed live and open to all.
The official events program brings together over 500 digital, physical and hybrid events held across NYC. The program includes a range of policy debates, workshops, concerts and exhibitions. The ten event themes are: Built Environment, Energy, Environmental Justice, Transport, Finance, Sustainable Living, Nature, Policy, Industry and Food.