Creative Climate Awards Opening

A night of innovation and art taking on climate change. Be inspired by the movement!

Wednesday, November 6th, 6-9PM

TECO 1 East 42nd Street, NY, NY

Join us for the opening night of the Human Impact Institute's annual Creative Climate Awards (CCA). It will be an evening of live performances, mingling with participating artists, and awarding of our 2019 CCA winners.  You won't want to miss this kick-off event full of inspiring and innovative ways to address climate change from artists all over the world.

Performances by:

Lynne Schmidt, Wood Chipper/ It's Only a Small World when You're Sitting Still

Rachel Garber Cole, Questions for a Dinosaur

Cheyenne McKenzie, Free

Aine Nakamura, Unnamed Wind


Image : Patricia Heuker of Hoek. Fragile Plastic

Creative Climate Awards Exhibit

A month of innovation and art taking on climate change. Be inspired by the movement!

November 7th - December 4th, 9-4:30PM

TECO 1 East 42nd Street, NY, NY

The Human Impacts Institute’s Creative Climate Awards (CCA) are an annual series of events that showcase artists creating climate-inspired, public works. In an effort to inspire us to think more critically about our actions and their impacts, the CCA program uses the arts and creativity to share knowledge, broaden the climate conversation, educate, and incite action.

This year, the 2019 CCAs will take place at the Taipei Economic Cultural Office at 1 East 42nd St, NYC Monday - Friday, 9am-4:30pm from November 7th to December 4th.

We welcome you to come visit the exhibit and be inspired by the artwork, learn how to take action, and use that inspiration to create change in your own community.


Image : Sydney Kleinrock. Florals on Florals

We are now accepting applications for rewarding internships starting in February. Want to join our creative crew and make a positive human impact? Check out the positions that are available and submit your best today! 

Chief Operating Officer

The Human Impacts Institute is currently seeking a pro bono, volunteer Chief Operating Officer (“COO”)  for a 10 hour weekly commitment. The ideal candidate is interested in contributing their time to a growing organization and to have a role that extends beyond a Board Member to a hands-on business partner and advisor for the team.

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