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    Human Impacts NYC: Collaborating for Climate Action

    Tuesday, October 28th, 2014
    6-9:30pm w/networking reception (RSVP required)
    German House, 871 United Nations Plaza RSVP here>>

    The Human Impacts Institute will be partnering with the German and Italian Consulates of New York for a night of conversation around collaboration and partnerships on climate change action. This Human Impacts Salon will be our seventh in a creative communication series in partnership with the Transatlantic Climate Bridge of the German Embassy, where we bring together unlikely allies doing great climate work with multimedia conversation and live performances from Bethany and Rufus, Nicholas Johnson, and James Hannaham.
  • Panelists include:
    Tracy Raczek, Climate Policy Specialist, UN Secretary General's Climate Team;
    Marquise Stillwell, Principal, Openbox;
    Dr. Georg Maue, First Secretary of Climate and Energy, German Embassy to the U.S.;
    Brian Merchant, Senior Editor and Writer, Motherboard at VICE Media, Inc;
    Dr. Sabine Marx, Managing Director at the Center for Research on Environmental Decisions (CRED) at Columbia University; and
    Giulio Busulini, Scientific Attache, Italian Embassy to the U.S. RSVP required for security. Do it here>> ________________________________________________
  • Creative Climate Awards Celebration!

    Thursday, October 30th
    Fitzroy Gallery, Chrystie Street 195 Chrystie St, New York, NY 10002

    Join us for an evening of drinks, dancing, and fun as we announce the 2014 winners of the Creative Climate Awards in an evening themed "It's Getting Hot in Here".

    Get your tickets today! Space is limited.

    Host Committee: Erin McKinnon, Amy Braunschweiger, James Slezak, Alex White, Luisa Gui, Tara DePorte.

    Thanks to Fitzroy Gallery for their support of this event.
  • Green Mondays at ICP! Sept-December

    The Human Impacts Institute is excited to partner with the International Center of Photography to support conversation and action around environmental issues and creative communication. This fall, the photographs of Sebastião Salgado provide the springboard for an ambitious program of panel discussions, lectures, and film screenings addressing the urgent issue of climate change. On Green Mondays—a series of lectures and conversations held in the galleries—scientists, activists, photographers, and others will explain the science behind climate change analysis and address critical topics such as fracking, greening the economy, and decarbonizing the city. Finally, Friday-evening gallery walk-throughs with climate scientists will contextualize Salgado’s photographs, region by region.
    Learn more and get your tickets>>