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Climate Week 2022 at NYBG

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Start:
September 19
End:
September 20
Add to Calendar September 19 12:00 am September 20 11:59 pm America/New_York Climate Week 2022 at NYBG

Variety of programs online and on-site. Learn more on the Climate Week 2022 website for all events and ways to get involved. Climate Week 2022 Symposium Thursday, September 22; 9–11:30 a.m. Ross Lecture Hall As leaders from around the world convene in New York City for Climate Week 2022, NYBG will host a symposium to investigate new trends in climate science, why forests are crucial in mitigating climate change, and what individuals can do to make a difference. The keynote address, Why Climate Change Matters to You and What You Can Do About It, will be given by Katharine Hayhoe, Ph.D., followed by Forests: A Force for Change, a panel of five distinguished experts—from advocates to scientists and forest managers. The Bond of Live Things Everywhere September 17–November 6 Mitsubishi Wild Wetland Trail Curated by poet and scholar Joshua Bennett, The Bond of Live Things Everywhere stages Black poetry and performance in the open air, in close proximity to the water and the trees, as well as the live things that evade such identification or proper names.

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Variety of programs online and on-site. Learn more on the Climate Week 2022 website for all events and ways to get involved. Climate Week 2022 Symposium Thursday, September 22; 9–11:30 a.m. Ross Lecture Hall As leaders from around the world convene in New York City for Climate Week 2022, NYBG will host a symposium to investigate new trends in climate science, why forests are crucial in mitigating climate change, and what individuals can do to make a difference. The keynote address, Why Climate Change Matters to You and What You Can Do About It, will be given by Katharine Hayhoe, Ph.D., followed by Forests: A Force for Change, a panel of five distinguished experts—from advocates to scientists and forest managers. The Bond of Live Things Everywhere September 17–November 6 Mitsubishi Wild Wetland Trail Curated by poet and scholar Joshua Bennett, The Bond of Live Things Everywhere stages Black poetry and performance in the open air, in close proximity to the water and the trees, as well as the live things that evade such identification or proper names.