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Climate Week NYC 2017 Opening Ceremony

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Climate Week NYC 2017 Opening Ceremony

The Climate Group will launch Climate Week NYC 2017 at the official Opening Ceremony

Join the Climate Optimists

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Join the Climate Optimists

Join us to celebrate the launch of the Climate Optimist campaign.
 
Come along for food, drinks and a side order of mind-blowing evidence around why a growing number of people are climate optimists.
 
You’ll hear from Futerra, The Climate Group and other guest speakers about the solutions, strategies and statistics that prove we can do this. And why optimism is so important - because it’s the attitude that leads to action. 

LED City Lighting Roundtable

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LED City Lighting Roundtable

LED City Lighting Roundtable: Refocusing attention on LEDs as a priority #1 action on energy efficiency for US cities, utilities and policy makers

LED lighting in cities as a theme has received a lot of attention this past year with growing coverage of energy efficient lighting at national events. Our roundtable will review examples of large scale US city projects and solutions around LED tariffs, as well as new topics on approaches to city lighting design, colors and health, smart controls, asset management and wider city connectivity.

VELOCITY: Accelerating Climate Action

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VELOCITY: Accelerating Climate Action

The Climate Group, Formula E, VICE Impact and Spring Studios invite you to VELOCITY, a new official event of Climate Week NYC.

Building ambition to 2050: taking action toward 100% Net Zero Carbon Buildings

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Building ambition to 2050: taking action toward 100% Net Zero Carbon Buildings

Our built environment is one of the key sectors necessary to get us to a prosperous world in which we operate within the boundaries that the natural world can sustain. For the building sector, this means operating at net zero greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) by 2050. Earlier is better. Currently responsible for around 30% of global energy consumption and associated emissions, the building and construction sectors will play a key role in designing solutions that avoid the worst impacts of climate change.