ICONIC NYC BUILDINGS GO GREEN FOR THE BIGGEST GLOBAL CLIMATE EVENT OF 2020 – CLIMATE WEEK NYC
There are over 450 events happening during Climate Week NYC, hosted from 20+ different countries.
September 20, 2020, New York City – This evening, New York City’s iconic buildings went green for the launch of the biggest and most global Climate Week NYC yet (September 20-27, 2020).
Empire State Building, One World Trade, Hudson Yards, Top of the Rock, Javits Center, One Five One West 42, One Bryant Park, Pier 17, Coney Island Parachute Jump, The Weylin, The Shops at Columbus Circle, Bronx Terminal Market, and Madison Square Garden all showed their support for climate action and building a better future.
Climate Week NYC 2020 will feature 450+ panels, workshops, art shows, and film screenings, hosted from 20+ different countries around the globe, including India, Colombia, Ecuador, United Kingdom, Australia, Brazil, Denmark, and more.[row] [col span=”4″ span__sm=”12″] [/col] [col span=”4″ span__sm=”12″] [/col] [col span=”4″ span__sm=”12″] [button text=”Read more” radius=”5″ expand=”true” icon=”icon-angle-right” link=”https://www.climateweeknyc.org/” target=”_blank”] [/col] [/row]