Welcome to our NYC Climate Week Event for 2023!
Women & Climate is back this NYC Climate Week with another blockbuster event!
Going back to our roots of hosting dinners, our NYC Climate Week event is a special space for women & non-binary individuals to network, make new friends, enjoy delicious vegan fare, honor members of our community, & touch on important topics including climate equity! As always, no climate experience necessary! Stay tuned for all NYC Climate Week initiatives: https://www.womenandclimate.co/nycclimateweek2023
Thank you to our supporter Giant Machines, Terraformation, & the Climate Equity Collaborative
Michelle Li, Founder & Global City Lead, Women & Climate
Stephanie Korbely, Community Builder & New York City Lead, Women & Climate
Amelie Walter, City Lead Program Manager & Berlin City Lead, Women & Climate
Claire Mengin, City Lead Program Manager & London City Lead, Women & Climate
Kate Mikuliak, New York City Lead, Women & Climate
NYC Climate Week Community & Workplace Hero
Women & Climate will be honoring a Community & Workplace hero, two individuals that have gone above & beyond in New York to bring sustainability to the forefront.
Panel: Climate Equity: New York & Beyond
What is climate equity & what does it look like in New York City & beyond? We will explore this topic our speeakers:
Lauren Wang, Director of Climate Programs at Trust for Governor's Island
Marley Hauser, Senior Coordinator, Climate Equity Collaborative
Ashley Ross, Giant Machines, Senior Brand Strategist | Moderator
Aditi Desai, Director of Partnerships, Voltpost
Women & Climate City Leads Spotlight
With over 55+ city leads & growing across 20+ cities, Women & Climate City Leads help us expand our community & impact. Amelie from Berlin & Claire from London have supported the growth of this program & will be present at Climate Week to share their experience!
Women & Climate Speaker Database
What started as a small project has morphed into a global movement. The Women & Climate Speaker Database represents over 500 speakers across 40 topics. Lauren van Oss & Michelle Li talk about the genesis & the progress! See the Speaker Database here.
6:00 pm - 6:45 pm: Arrivals & Networking
6:45 pm - 7:00 pm: Guests are seated
7:00 pm - 7:35 pm: Welcome & Programming
7:35 pm - 8:15p pm : Main course is served
8:15 pm - 8:45 pm: Special Programming
8:45 pm - 9:45 pm: Dessert & Networking
A three-course vegan menu will be served with plenty of options! Please see menu here. An open bar is included with wine, beer, & non-alcoholic options will be available. If you have any food allergies, please indicate in the registration form. You are also welcome to contact the restaurant for any inquiries.
Networking: We will send out an email pre-event with attendee names & LinkedIn profiles so you can connect in advance :)
Proceeds: Proceeds from ticket sales will go towards funding Women & Climate programs.
Media release: Women & Climate will be capturing photos & videos at the event. Content may be used in future education or marketing purposes. Please see media release here.
About Giant Machines:
Giant Machines partners with clients to achieve top-line growth through building custom digital products & businesses. We are a leading digital transformation studio based in New York City that creates digital solutions driving billions in growth for our partners.
Terraformation is dedicated to restoring the world's forests to stabilize our climate, revive ecosystems, & build thriving communities.
In 2022, the company launched a first-of-its-kind forest carbon accelerator, supporting early-stage forestry teams to launch, build, & scale biodiverse reforestation projects. In addition to producing high-quality, verified carbon credits, these projects generate complementary sustainable revenue streams to support local economies.
Terraformation's current partner network spans five continents & includes diverse landowners & organizations. It was founded in 2020 by Yishan Wong, former CEO of Reddit.
About Climate Equity Collaborative:
The Climate Equity Collaborative (CEC) is a public-private partnership that engages nontraditional partners, with emphasis on youth & underserved communities, in climate planning & development efforts.