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THE GALLATIN CLIMATE CHANGE INITIATIVE: A CONFERENCE

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THE GALLATIN CLIMATE CHANGE INITIATIVE: A CONFERENCE

When it comes to climate change, the work of scientists is conclusive: in the past half-century, that work has produced a widely accepted consensus that the planet is warming and that humans are responsible. Though scientists must continue to monitor the amount of warming and to track its effects, climate change is a complex problem whose unfolding will reach beyond such analysis. Recognizing this, scholars in fields other than the natural sciences have recently begun to mobilize their disciplinary expertise to respond to climate change.

Social Good Summit

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Social Good Summit

The Social Good Summit examines the impact of technology and new media on social good initiatives around the world. It unites a dynamic community of global leaders and grassroots activists to discuss solutions for the greatest challenges of our time. Our theme, #2030NOW, asks the question, “What type of world do I want to live in by the year 2030?”

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Solve Challenge Finals

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Solve Challenge Finals

The Solve Challenge Finals in New York City will bring together selected innovators to pitch their solutions to a panel of expert judges and a live audience on Solve’s 2017 Global Challenges: (1) Brain Health, (2) Sustainable Urban Communities, (3) Women and Technology, and (4) Youth, Skills, & the Workforce of the Future. Those chosen by our judges will become Solvers, who join the Solve community to build partnerships with cross-sector leaders that help pilot, scale, and implement their solutions.

ISO 14097 Standard Development Cocktail Hour

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ISO 14097 Standard Development Cocktail Hour

The ISO 14097 standard, planned for 2019 will provide technical guidance to financial institutions on climate-related metrics, in line with the recommendations of the TCFD, the provisions of Article 173 in France, and other climate-related disclosure requirements in preparation. The related working group has been launched in January 2017, and is co-convened by Stan Dupré (CEO of 2° Investing Initiative – commissioned by AFNOR) and Massamba Thioye (UNFCCC secretariat), with AFNOR acting as secretariat.

Equator Prize 2017 Award Ceremony

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Equator Prize 2017 Award Ceremony

Equator Prize celebrates local heroes working on the frontlines of environment, poverty, and climate challenge. An Academy Awards-style event, the ceremony will convene over 1,500 people. Celebrities, thought leaders, and dignitaries will present the awards to the winners, complemented by short films and a musical performance. We expect every government in the world to be represented in the room.

Shop to Empower

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Shop to Empower

Enjoy a fun filled evening previewing Global Shokunin's beautiful curated artisanal crafts and our artisan partners.

- Network with like-minded women with a passion and commitment for social good.
- Meet Global Shokunin, Grace Institute and Talbot's Team Members.
- Nosh on Tasty treats and listen to interesting stories of artisans from around the globe.
- 10% of all Talbot store sales will be donated to the Grace Institute.

NYC AgTech Week

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NYC AgTech Week

In its 3rd year, #NYCAgTechWeek 2017 will feature members of The NYC Agriculture Collective and a hand-picked selection of collaborators.

Ticket holders will enjoy access to more than twenty urban agriculture, food security, "agritecture", and AgTech events in all five boroughs! In addition to intimate farm tours, technology demos, engaging workshops and industry panels, we will once again host the popular "Locavore Feast" at North Brooklyn Farms.

Theatre in the Age of Climate Change Journal Series

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Theatre in the Age of Climate Change Journal Series

How do playwrights reflect on, and respond to, the challenges brought on by a warming climate? How can they participate in the global conversation about what the future should look like, and do so in a way that is both inspiring and artistically rewarding?