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How does climate change exacerbate other global challenges? Join us remotely or in person for our climate event series, with an upcoming gathering in New York in September.
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Where might solutions for addressing climate change come from? How might innovation and arts and culture spark change? What’s the role of the everyday person?
Explore vital questions about this precarious moment at a series of live events from The New York Times in New York, San Francisco and Sharm el Sheikh. Or join the conversation virtually.
How does climate change make it harder to eradicate poverty and avoid war?
With the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly opening in New York, join us for a deep investigation into the nexus between climate change and many critical international issues. Hear from leaders like the U.S. climate envoy John Kerry, Nobel laureate and economist Esther Duflo, and former Vice President Al Gore at this all-day event.
How can technology and art inspire change in a warming world?
Join us in San Francisco, at the intersection of innovation, climate and cultural change, as we gather pioneers in technology, business and the arts to examine our collective response to the climate challenge. Microsoft President Brad Smith, the philanthropist Laureen Powell Jobs and Ford engineer Linda Zhang are part of a lineup of business leaders, storytellers and creative pioneers who will be speaking.
What should we expect from our leaders at the global climate summit?
As world leaders assemble at the annual meeting known as COP27 to demonstrate how they’ve measured up against last year’s goals, come together with people from all over the world to explore the possibilities for sustained progress.
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