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How to Participate in Climate Week NYC (from anywhere)

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How to Participate in Climate Week NYC (from anywhere)

It’s almost here - Climate Week NYC 2023 is just a few short weeks away, and now is a great time to prepare for your participation in this annual event. Organized by Climate Group, and running from September 17-24, Climate Week NYC is the largest global climate event of its kind, bringing together key climate leaders to accelerate climate action.

The team at AquaGrove is committed to creating technology and programming that help propel communities, educators, and students of all ages to a more sustainable and earth-conscious lifestyle. With the actions that AquaGrove takes in its own business model and products, remaining informed on the latest developments related to climate change and action is an important priority, and it is equally as important to share that information and resources with growers, learners, and supporters.

For this reason, we have compiled a list of ways that you can be a part of the upcoming Climate Week in NYC; don’t worry – even though many events are in-person, you don’t have to live in NYC to get in on the action. In addition to accessing the latest information about climate change, participants can attend some programs virtually to gain insight on leading climate solutions and discussions that address how we can do more, fast.

Currently, there are a variety of programs that are open for registration and are free of charge to the public. And while you can get more detailed information of current and future programming from the event website, here are a few sessions that are on AquaGrove’s radar as they relate to our own areas of focus (sustainability, education, water conservation, food security):

  1. The Hub Live (September 18-19) - Climate Group hosts The Hub Live. Bringing together more than a thousand of the most influential leaders from business, government, and the climate sector. This is where forces join to learn, share, and collaborate. Several areas are addressed, including Nature, Food Systems and Health. For virtual registration, click this link.
  2. Monday, September 18th (11:55am – 12:50pm) - Farming for the future: Sustainable agriculture and an end to deforestation
  3. Monday, September 18th(2:40pm – 3:35) - Restoration, conservation and biodiversity protection: The understated climate powerhouse 

You can view the entire program and register for the virtual agenda here: Climate Week NYC 2023 - virtual registration | Climate Group ( According to their website, all sessions will be recorded and available to watch on-demand shortly after the event closes.

Additionally, you can review and register for related Climate Week events including:

  • NYC AgTech Week 2023 (September 18-22) - NYC AgTech Week 2023 is a hybrid virtual + in-person conference that features farm tours, panels, workshops, and presentations highlighting the fast growing and innovative AgTech sector in NYC, the US, and worldwide. You can learn more and register here.
  • Seeding Transformation – A Global Forum on Food Systems and Agroecology (September 18th, 1:00pm-6:00pm) – This public conference explores agroecology as a transformative solution to regenerate the environment, cool the planet, and provide healthy food for all. Register here.
  • INNOV-EAT Expedition | Trailblazing, failing, and setting sail: A quest for food systems innovations (September 21st, 9:00am – 3:00pm) – This event is offered at Columbia University, but is also hybrid with online options. You can learn more and register here.


In addition to online and in-person events, Climate Week NYC offers a myriad of news highlights and resources that many educators may find useful for teaching the next generation of climate leaders.

It’s easy to join the experience and share your participation in the event through messages, images, eco-friendly tips, and information regarding climate change on your own social media profiles – Just use the hashtag #ClimateWeekNYC to be part of the buzz. For more information about Climate Week NYC, visit their website.

To learn about AquaGrove’s commitment to sustainability through solar-powered and sustainable aquaponics technology, contact AquaGrove.