Earth Day New York 2019

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EVENTS

Discover public national and local events related to learning more about climate change and taking action – whether online, in the streets, or in the auditorium. The more we know, the more effective we will be. And, the more we participate, the more we will build a community of people working for the welfare of our children and our grandchildren.

⭐️ = Of particular national relevance

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Earth Day New York 2019

04/23/19

April 23, 2019
New York City, New York
12pm – 6:00pm

Union Square (E. 17th and Broadway)
New York, NY, 10003
Our annual Earth Day events include dozens of exhibitors ranging from small grassroots non-profits and local businesses to major sponsors and multinational environmental campaigns. The events present the full spectrum of the sustainability community to an audience of thousands of engaged and green-minded people.

Chroniclers of the Climate Apocalypse

04/22/19

April 22, 2019
Brooklyn, New York

Brooklyn Historical Society
128 Pierrepont St
Brooklyn, NY 11201
The journalists who report on climate change have stories of their own. Tasked with remaining objective as they make a daunting, politicized topic tangible, they embed in smoldering landscapes and inundated shores. Hear front-line stories from Pulitzer Prize-winning NYT time address correspondent Sheri Fink, The Guardian environmental reporter Oliver Milman, and author of The End of Ice: Bearing Witness and Finding Meaning in the Path of Climate Disruption Dahr Jamail. Moderated by National Geographic Society Strategic Adviser for Environmental and Science Journalism Andrew Revkin.

Torkwase Dyson: Distance and perception in the wake of climate change

04/02/19

April 2, 2019
New York City, New York
7 – 8:00pm
The Great Hall, in the Foundation Building
7 East 7th Street
New York, NY 10003
Torkwase Dyson was born in Chicago and grew up in North Carolina. Traversing these regions helped her develop a sensitivity toward urban development, southern landscape, and black spatial justice. In conjunction with her exhibition I Can Drink the Distance, a solo exhibition at the 41 Cooper Gallery, artist Torkwase Dyson will speak about her work in Cooper Union’s Great Hall. The lecture will be followed by a conversation with moderator Mario Gooden. Free and open to the public. RSVP required. To reserve tickets please click here.