The New York Times Climate Hub

Explore all of our live and virtual events about climate.

Created to coincide with COP26 in Glasgow, The New York Times Climate Hub brought influential leaders and thinkers together with the wider community to debate, discuss and discover climate change strategies. Our sessions are available on demand, free — explore, watch and share the events below. 

The Think Tank highlights

The Forum highlights

Inside The New York Times Climate Hub

Science says that global warming can be slowed if we reduce greenhouse gas emissions sharply. But good intentions alone are not enough. As world leaders gathered in Glasgow in November, we brought citizens, scientists, inventors, academics, delegates and journalists together to have critical conversations around climate change and hold leaders accountable to their commitments.

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Big ideas, beneath the trees.

Artist and set designer Es Devlin created an immersive forest setting, just for The New York Times Climate Hub. The native trees and plants will be replanted in Scotland as a new public garden, as part of the community legacy of The New York Times Climate Hub.

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