Audubon at Climate Week NYC 2023

Together, We Can. We Will.
A photo of a Cerulean Warbler perched on a tree branch in a forest.
Cerulean Warbler. Photo: Gary Robinette/Audubon Photography Awards

Climate Week NYC (September 17–24, 2023) is a global platform for all voices working to protect the planet and its inhabitants that’s hosted annually by Climate Group in partnership with the United Nations General Assembly and the City of New York.

As a proud sponsor, we’re committed to driving positive change and fostering a healthier future for all with other global leaders and changemakers. Together, We Can. We Will drive action, ignite progress, champion change that is already happening, and break down barriers in our path.

Join Audubon virtually by registering for the free events below:

Communicating Climate Change: Are the words we use halting progress on major infrastructure deployment in the United States?
Join CEO Dr. Elizabeth Gray on Monday, September 18 at 2:40 p.m. ET for a virtual discussion around the role communications can play in creating new narratives for change and unblocking the misunderstandings that can exist in major projects which blend together public and private sectors with government agencies, local groups and experts. Register here

Moving Fast Without Breaking Things: Accelerating Just and Sustainable Renewables Development
Join Chief Conservation Officer Marshall Johnson on Tuesday, September 19 at 3:30 p.m. ET for a panel hosted by World Wildlife Fund at The Nest Climate Campus. This session will bring together stakeholders for a debate on the rapid and responsible transition to renewable energy and how we can how we can move forward quickly and sustainably to meet our climate goals. Register here

Discovering the Americas Flyways Initiative
Celebrate the recently launched Americas Flyways Initiative with Dr. Gray, Audubon Americas, and partners on Wednesday, September 20 at 6 p.m. ET. This initiative is an opportunity for synergy, integration, and harmonious coexistence that unites people and nature beyond borders, addressing biodiversity loss and climate change across the Americas. Register here