Climate Change is Here.
Superstorm Sandy left an indelible mark on our city, our neighbors, and our lives.
Yet, in the months since, as the waters receded, homes were rebuilt, and we returned to our daily routines, its warnings of the devastating impacts of our warming climate were often forgotten or pushed to the back of our minds as more immediate needs overtook us.
Neglected or ignored, climate change is still here, and we still must take drastic steps to avert more severe and frequent local and global impacts. This is why the next Global Climate Summit to be held in Paris in December 2015 is so crucial to achieving international consensus and finding a path forward to lowering our reliance on fossil fuels.
- Jeffrey Salim Waheed, Deputy Permanent Representative of Maldives to the United Nations
- Reinhard Krapp, Minister, Permanent Mission of the Federal Republic of Germany to the United Nations
- Tamar Lawrence-Samuel, Associate Research Director at Corporate Accountability International
- Sean Sweeney, Trade Unions for Energy Democracy
- Helen Rosenthal, Council Member for District 6 in the New York City Council
Come hear about the progress already made toward a treaty, what’s left to do, and what we can realistically expect from the negotiations this December.
When: Thursday, March 19th, 7 to 9 pm
Where: New York Society for Ethical Culture, 2 West 64th Street at Central Park West