New Climate Week NYC website now live
- 21 August 2014
NEW YORK: With just one month to go to the sixth annual Climate Week NYC, The Climate Group has launched a new dedicated website to provide the most up-to-date information on the landmark event.
The seven-day summit unites business leaders, government officials and civil society to drive global climate action and progress toward the low carbon economy. Convened by The Climate Group, the 2014 edition also acts as the collaborative space for all related events in support of the UN Climate Summit, which takes place on September 23.
Over 80 affiliate events are set to be confirmed and all are featured on the new interactive website. A special tab directs visitors to the event listings which can then be filtered by date, access, type or topic. This efficient system enables any prospective participant to narrow their search to meet their specific interests in four easy clicks.
In fact any readers who are keen to host their own event can submit ideas via a quick online form. Or if you simply want to learn a little more, a Climate Week NYC Affiliate Events PDF is available for immediate download.
Similarly, a new section “Get Involved” details how you can become a volunteer or a sponsor, while the social media section summarizes the online conversation by tracking the event hashtag #CWNYC.
A final highlight of the new website design is the news and media tab which provides additional information on the week’s activities. From specific features on cleantech events to the latest updates on top-level political attendance the website media section can’t be overlooked.
So click into Climate Week NYC and explore what’s going to be one of the biggest climate conversations of 2014.
You can also see our Climate Week NYC media resources for press releases, contacts and more info.
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By Alana Ryan