Chance of a lifetime? How governments and businesses are achieving a green economic recovery

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Join us to hear how governments and businesses are delivering a green recovery. We’re currently experiencing the greatest human and economic tragedy of a generation. But this is also an unparalleled opportunity to build back better for the Climate Decade, halving emissions in the next 10 years. This high-level event will feature both political and business leaders. We will discuss what needs to be done over the next two years to accelerate climate action, create green jobs and a healthier society.

⭕ H.E. Dr. Amani Abou-Zeid - Commissioner for Infrastructure and Energy, African Union

⭕ Katarina Ageborg - Executive Vice President, Sustainability and Chief Compliance Officer, AstraZeneca

⭕ Helen Clarkson - Chief Executive Officer, Climate Group

⭕ Roseanna Cunningham - Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform, Scotland

⭕ Dr Wieland Holfelder - Vice President Engineering, Site Lead Google Munich, Google Sustainability Champion for Europe, Google

⭕ Mathias Lelievre - Chief Executive Officer, ENGIE Impact

⭕ Susan Mac Cormac - Corporate Partner, Morrison & Foerster

⭕ Damilola Ogunbiyi - CEO and Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General, Sustainable Energy for All and Co-Chair, UN-Energy

⭕ Jason Porter - Senior Vice President FirstNet Program, AT&T

⭕ Basil Seggos - Commissioner, New York State Department of Environment Conservations

⭕ Eva Svedling - State Secretary to the Minister for Environment and Climate and Deputy Prime Minister, Sweden

⭕ Sihle Zikalala - Premier, KwaZulu-Natal See less

About Climate Week NYC
Climate Week NYC is the time and place where the world gathers to showcase amazing climate action and discuss how to do more. Run by The Climate Group, in association with the United Nations and the City of New York, Climate Week NYC annually brings together voices from across the spectrum to debate and implement climate action now.