During The Hub Live, we gathered over 1,000 international decision makers and leaders from business, policy and civil society to drive climate action, fast.
Connect and collaborate to ‘Get It Done’
Across the two days, a variety of networking and interactive sessions; from open discussions and debates to closed door roundtables, collaborative workshops and networking receptions, took place.
The Hub Live streams:
- Built environment and industrial transition
- Emerging trends for net zero
- Energy and transport transition
- Finance and the green economy
- Food, nature and biodiversity
September 20-21, 2022
1. Getting It Done: now or never for bold leadership
2. Getting It Done: being accountable
3. The new climate reality: responding to complex and connected crises
4. The new climate reality: energy certainty in an uncertain world
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Find out more about The Hub Live speakers, highlights and impact in our Climate Week NYC report.
Thematic sessions - Day one
1. India’s big idea: A roadmap for net zero
2. Accountability in action: ensuring equity considerations are built into sustainability investments across America
3. We need to talk about methane: why net zero isn’t just about CO2
4. Act local, tackle global: how just transitions in emerging economies can help meet global climate targets
5. Are we there yet? Steering the global market towards EV100
6. How to win in an age of extremes: Climate Group North America strategy consultation
7. Accelerating the transition to clean energy and a green economy
8. Zero Emission Trucks in India – How can we capitalize on the opportunity?
9. Financing for a fairer future in Latin America
11. The Climate Pledge in action: net-zero carbon by 2040
12. Communicating climate change: turning ‘blah blah blah’ in to Getting It Done
Thematic sessions - Day two
1. Break the ICE: the role global partnerships play in driving the zero emission vehicle transition
2. Taking a bite out of emissions: can a climate-smart food system transform agriculture supply chains?
3. Is anyone really leading on supply chain emissions reduction?
4. It's a material world: making the right investments for industrial decarbonization
5. Advancing environmental health equity
6. Going retro: can building retrofits deliver the energy resilience we need?