US Climate Action Week

US Climate Action Week, occurring April 19-23, 2021, provides the platform for side events, discussions and key moments taking place during the week of the Leaders Summit on Climate being hosted by the Biden Administration.

US Climate Action Week April 19-23
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About the week

US Climate Action Week (April 19-23, 2021) brings together all the side events, announcements and other key moments to complement the Leaders Summit on Climate being hosted by the Biden Administration during the week. 

As the official convener of US Climate Action Week, Climate Group welcomes you to US Climate Action Week. 

A full list of events is now live and you can read our full guide to the week, which will be updated with new events regularly. 

Full list of events now live

The week's roundup 

"Here at home, we have to do our part or we will not be able to make the kind of worldwide change that climate change demands. We’re going to power our economy with clean energy. We’re going to do that in a way that will produce millions of American jobs. And we’re going to make sure that nobody is left behind."

Gina McCarthy, White House National Climate Advisor

Frequently Asked Questions

What is US Climate Action Week?

US Climate Action Week is the official platform for side events taking place during the week of the Leaders Summit on Climate being hosted by the Biden Administration. The Climate Group, as the official convener of US Climate Action Week, will review and process submissions, host the official events guide, and facilitate communications and media for the week.

What are the criteria for hosting an official event?

US Climate Action Week seeks to bring together a broad and engaging range of events to explore the US’s role in climate leadership. Events, and their organizers, must be aligned with the values of US Climate Action Week and all listed events must be accessible to the public and free to register and participate. Submission is open to US based events or international events that discuss and explore US Climate Action. The Climate Group strongly encourages diverse representation across all panels and events.

How can I submit an event?

Event hosts can submit and event via our online form. Events should only be submitted once confirmed to be taking place, further details can be found on the form. The deadline for event submissions is Friday, April 16. 

How can I explore the events calendar?

The events calendar will go live and be updated daily from Monday, March 29 and will be accessible via this page.

Media Enquiries

For media enquiries, please contact media@theclimategroup.org