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Wednesdays In Teardrop

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Wednesdays In Teardrop

Sustainable and recycled materials are used to create a take-home art project with the environment in mind. Afterwards, games themed around the environment will be played. Designed for school-age children.

Elements of Nature Drawing

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Elements of Nature Drawing

Get inspired by the beautiful expanse of the Hudson River and New York Harbor. Embolden your artwork amidst the flower-filled and seasonally evolving palette of Wagner Park’s verdant gardens. An artist/educator will provide ideas and instruction. Materials provided. Only for adults ages 18 and older.

Lawyers Climate Week: Legal Pathways to Deep Decarbonization

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Lawyers Climate Week: Legal Pathways to Deep Decarbonization

For Lawyers Climate Week, join us for a webinar session on Wednesday, September 25th, as Call to the Bar and the Law Firm Sustainability Network co-host a webinar session to discuss the book titled Legal Pathways to Deep Decarbonization in the United States and a unique pro bono project in which lawyers draft model legislation to implement recommendations from the book. This book contains key information and recommendations that explain technical and policy pathways for reducing US greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions by at least 80% from 1990 levels by 2050.

The Power of Nature in a Planetary Emergency

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The Power of Nature in a Planetary Emergency

The day's accounting of ambitious climate action will culminate in an evening programme that recognizes and generates momentum, ending in a rally and reception.

Champions of nature from all sectors will lay out their vision for implementing nature-based solutions in response to the planetary emergency. 

By invitation only. 

This event is part of the Food, Land and Nature-Based Solutions program of Climate Week NYC. 

Where Next for Nature-Based Solutions?

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Where Next for Nature-Based Solutions?

Where Next for Nature-Based Solutions? – High-level speakers from government, academia, civil society and the private sector commenting on NBS progress at the summit

This session will host a range of high-level speakers - from government, academia, civil society and the private sector - to offer reflections on the prospects for nature-based solutions given recent IPCC reports and commitments made at the summit. Experts will offer their commentary on what needs to happen next to enable nature-based solutions to meet their full potential in response to the planetary emergency.

Tropicalizing Kyoto - The grounding of global protocols to the local level

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Tropicalizing Kyoto - The grounding of global protocols to the local level

The wide gap between global climate protocols and the rural landowners of high biodiversity areas is where the carbon market fails. This session brings together a group of stakeholders that cross the international and local civil sectors as well as national and subnational government sectors at play in Mexico, diving deep into a concrete example of early climate action plans that have proven to protect the planet and the people who live there.

Unlocking the Transformational Power of Nature: Commitments to action

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Unlocking the Transformational Power of Nature: Commitments to action

This event will showcase commitments and initiatives on nature-based solutions that are galvanizing a collective leap forward at the UN Climate Action Summit and beyond. Delivered by delivered by national governments and other actors, each of these examples represents bold climate action that reflects political and market signals - signals about the power of nature as a response to the climate crisis and planetary emergency we face.

What Evidence Do We Need to Take Natural Climate Solutions to Scale? An impact evaluation roadmap

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What Evidence Do We Need to Take Natural Climate Solutions to Scale? An impact evaluation roadmap

Evidence about the impacts of Natural Climate Solutions (NCS) on people and the environment is critical for policymakers who want to invest their limited resources in the most effective, cost-effective, and scalable approaches. In the past three decades, rigorous impact evaluation techniques have been widely used in international development as a tool to help policymakers identify and scale highly impactful programs.

Heritage Colombia-HeCo: Nature at the heart of climate change and sustainable development

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Heritage Colombia-HeCo: Nature at the heart of climate change and sustainable development

Colombia is the second most biodiverse country in the world. With this privileged position comes great responsibility regarding the environmental, social and economic challenges the world is facing today. For this reason, Colombia has adopted several ambitious commitments at the national and international levels related to biodiversity, climate change and SDGs, to deliver conservation results as a solution for the human wellbeing.