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Deep Decarbonization Pathways

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Deep Decarbonization Pathways

The Climate Group, Initiative for Sustainable Energy (ISEP) at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, and the Columbia Center on Global Energy Policy will host a presentation on long term deep decarbonization pathways during Climate Week NYC.

Sip for the Sea

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Sip for the Sea

The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) will host the sixth annual SIP FOR THE SEA event to showcase our marine conservation and education work at the New York Aquarium and across the globe. This signature event features sustainable seafood and wine pairings along with other delectable offerings from many of New York’s top restaurants.

One Planet Summit

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One Planet Summit

Following the California Global Climate Action Summit and in the lead-up to the UNFCCC COP 24 in December and United Nations Secretary-General’s Climate Action Summit in 2019, the One Planet Summit will drive new momentum and pave the way for further commitments.

The One Planet Summit will show how high-level institutional decision-makers as well as individual citizens can all work as one planet to deliver solutions to mitigate the effects of climate change and invent our collective future.

For more information, visit OnePlanetSummit.fr

Global Engagement

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Global Engagement

Featuring presentations "Tip of the iceberg: Everything you didn’t know about the Svalbard Global Seed Vault" with Marie Haga, Executive Director of the Global Crop Diversity Trust; and "Tara Expeditions Foundation: Plankton Planet" with Romain Troublé, Executive Director of the Tara Expeditions Foundation.

Elements of Change

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Elements of Change

UNICEF and Comics Uniting Nations implemented the Climate Comic Contest that invited thousands of children and young people across the globe to develop a planet-protecting superhero. The winner of the contest brought her superhero 'Tre' to life in comic-book form called 'The Adventures of Brother Earth.'

CO2KN Genesis Party

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CO2KN Genesis Party

Come enjoy an open bar and learn about the C4Coin project as we celebrate the launch of our CO2KN Genesis Event! Learn how you can be rewarded for protecting the environment, whether you're carpooling, recycling, or retiring carbon offsets!

Global Business Forum

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Global Business Forum

Bloomberg's 2nd Annual Global Business Forum

The Summit brings together heads of state and government with CEOs to discuss opportunities for job creation, trade and economic growth.

Morning Session: Plenary and Thematic Breakout Sessions.

Afternoon Session (2pm): The 2nd One Planet Summit co-hosted by Pres. Macron (Fr) and Special Envoy for Climate Action Michael Bloomberg, will bring wider group together for civic leadership on Climate Issues.

Some sessions will be streamed.

Concert for a Sustainable Planet

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Concert for a Sustainable Planet

The artists who bring you Concert for a Sustainable Planet hope to raise awareness of the SDGs by fostering a dialogue and inspiring the audience to action. This concert will inspire hope, dedication, and commitment among groups of people worldwide to build a better planet together and foster positive change in society.

The concert will build active connections between the performers on stage and the audience.

Please see http://cfsp2018.unsdsn.org for more information and tickets.

Edible Academy Tour

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Edible Academy Tour

Take a behind-the-scenes tour of The New York Botanical Garden’s newly opened Edible Academy, a three-acre educational facility designed and constructed to LEED Gold rating level for water and energy efficiency and stormwater management.

What’s the Hurry

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What’s the Hurry

WHAT'S THE HURRY - BENDING THE CARBON EMISSIONS CURVE

The window for reducing emissions by enough to keep in line with what governments around the world have pledged by signing the Paris Agreement is closing fast. In fact, 2020 is a crucial year not only because this is when emissions need to start dropping steeply if we are to get there. 2020 is also when a number of key political processes need to align to result in new, much stronger pledges to cut carbon emissions.