Earth4All

Leading with Science at The Climate Hub

Sandrine Dixson-Declève, co-president of The Club of Rome and Earth4All co-lead, participated in The Climate Hub, organised by We Don’t Have Time and partners as part of Climate Week NYC.

She was joined by Akanksha Khatri, Head of the Nature Action Agenda, World Economic Forum, and Dr. Natasha Matic, Executive Director, Global Commons Alliance Accountability Accelerator

The Climate Hub covered a wide array of topics ranging from Climate Litigation, Arts & Climate, The Future of Transportation, Radical Collaboration, Sustainable Infrastructure, Fashion for Development, Climate Change & Health, Decarbonising the Entertainment Industry, Climate Communication, among others. In the session “Leading with Science”, Sandrine Dixson-Declève spoke about the climate solutions outlined in Earth for All: A Survival Guide for Humanity and in the upcoming report, SDGs for All.

Through celebrating climate action, challenging ourselves to do more, and exploring ways to increase ambition, Climate Week NYC inspires, amplifies and provides a global platform for connection and discussion.

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