Last year, our Climate desk published more than 4,000 pieces of independent environ­mental journalism, shining a light on the impact of climate change around the world. This year, The New York Times Climate Hub will explore one of our journalism’s biggest questions — how do we adapt and thrive in a changing world?

Ticket sales are now live. Explore the programming below to start planning your visit.

Wednesday, Nov. 3 Get day ticket
Cross Theme Cross Theme What’s Happening: A Special Debrief on COP Negotiations9.30–10.15 a.m. B.S.T.PanelThe Think Tank
Cross Theme Cross Theme The New York Times Debate: Migration Is a Sound Adaptation and Reparations Strategy.2–2.50 p.m. B.S.T.DebateThe Think Tank

In the wake of rising climate disasters and extreme weather patterns, nations around the world must prepare for the mass displacement of those who will have to flee their homes. Is this migration, most of which will happen within countries, simply a

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Cross Theme Cross Theme The Data We Need: Enabling Climate Solutions3–3.45 p.m. B.S.T.PanelThe Think Tank

If we want to change our systems, we have to be able to see and understand them in all their complexity. We need the right data, and we need as much of it as is humanly and technologically possible. When it comes to climate change, a lot of this data

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Thursday, Nov. 4 Get day ticket
Cross Theme Cross Theme The Meat of the Matter: Solutions for North and South9.30–10.15 a.m. B.S.T.PanelThe Think Tank

What are the different states of meat dependency in the Global North and South? How should we rethink how we produce and consume protein while remaining conscious of social justice issues, and the inability of certain regions to make that shift immed

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Cross Theme Cross Theme The Power of Knowledge: Girls’ Education as an Accelerator of Climate ActionNoon–12.45 p.m. B.S.T.PanelThe Think Tank

The imperative of girls’ education is no longer just about equality: It’s about giving girls the means and opportunities to deploy their knowledge on behalf of issues they are uniquely placed to address; to facilitate their vision and solution-buildi

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Cross Theme Cross Theme News Travels Fast: Making Climate Change the Ultimate Headline2–2.45 p.m. B.S.T.PanelThe Think Tank

When the pandemic hit, ‘crisis’ was everywhere in the news. Every commitment, development and solution was tracked. Almost two years later, the pressure exerted on governments to act – reported on and intensified by the media – shows little sign of s

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Food and Agriculture Food and Agriculture Recipes for Change: Innovation in Food and Agriculture4–5 p.m. B.S.T.WorkshopThe Yard

The food and agriculture industries face a host of sustainability challenges, which innovation can play a huge role in overcoming. But certain kinds of systemic change would simultaneously cause a myriad of issues and prompt difficult questions, name

Cross Theme Cross Theme Not There Yet: Truth-Testing Corporate Climate Promises5–5.45 p.m. B.S.T.PanelThe Think Tank

Today, it is commonly understood that greenwashing — where an organization projects an image of climate engagement, rather than embedding climate goals into core business strategies — is the great enemy of climate action. But what about all the compa

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Saturday, Nov. 6 Get day ticket
Cross Theme Cross Theme Look Around: Building Nature-Based Solutions9.30–10.15 a.m. B.S.T.PanelThe Think Tank

Nature holds its own keys to planetary survival. Although we might have previously ignored these natural solutions, we’re now looking to them as a fundamental pillar of our global climate strategies. What are the most promising nature-based solutions

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Cross Theme Cross Theme Indigenous Rights: Securing the Future of Biodiversity11–11.45 a.m. B.S.T.PanelThe Think Tank

As countries strive to preserve biodiversity, they are finally turning to the expertise of Indigenous peoples and their multidimensional, nature-based approaches. This session gives the stage to Indigenous leaders, who will discuss the critical role

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Cross Theme Cross Theme Hearts and Minds: Storytelling and Climate Change3–3.45 p.m. B.S.T.PanelThe Think Tank

Stories hold a power that science does not: The power to move hearts and minds, and connect people to a problem. A fact can be devastating, but when placed in the context of a story that people can relate to, that fact becomes part of a reality we ca

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Cross Theme Cross Theme A Conversation With Science 4–4.30 p.m. B.S.T.PanelThe Think Tank

In this daily session series, climate scientists will break down the latest research and thinking in climate science. Whether it’s soil, attribution or the Arctic circle, these scientists will present crucial details of the climate crisis in terms yo

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Cross Theme Cross Theme Climate Vocabulary: A Language for Accountability5–6 p.m. B.S.T.WorkshopThe Yard

Stories hold a power that science does not: the power to move hearts and minds, and connect people to a problem. A fact can be devastating, but when placed in the context of a story that people can relate to, that fact becomes part of a reality we ca

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Sunday, Nov. 7 Get day ticket
Cross Theme Cross Theme Bright Lights: Scottish Youth Climate Initiatives9.30–10.15 a.m. B.S.T.PanelThe Think Tank

When it comes to initiatives around food loss, waste conversion, recycling, reforestation, clean energy, health, or community agriculture, young Scots have specific views, ideas and aspirations for shaping the kind of future they want. They are also

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Cross Theme Cross Theme From Eco-Anxiety to Agency: A ‘How-To’ Workshop10.30 a.m.–Noon B.S.T.WorkshopThe Yard

Good mental health is paramount for bolstering collaborative climate efforts, yet the connection is rarely recognized or discussed. Headlines announcing extreme weather events, coupled with scientists’ growing concern for the future of our planet, of

Cross Theme Cross Theme A Conversation with Science12.15 p.m.–12.45 pm B.S.T.PanelThe Think Tank

In this daily session series, climate scientists will break down the latest research and thinking in climate science. Whether it’s soil, attribution or the Arctic circle, these scientists will present crucial details of the climate crisis in terms yo

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Cross Theme Cross Theme COP for Scots: Building a Climate Legacy2.15–3 p.m. B.S.T.PanelThe Think Tank

What does the COP legacy look like, today, in Scotland? From circular economy models to climate activism through art, Scotland has demonstrated an ability to engage all parts of society in this crisis. What happens when you really listen to a communi

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Water and Oceans Water and Oceans Thinking About Ocean-Based Solutions3.30–4.30 p.m. B.S.T.WorkshopThe Yard

Three quarters of the globe are oceans, but this vital element of the Earth’s ecosystem is often seen as a resource to be plundered rather than a source of nature-based solutions — from absorbing carbon and heat, to being a source of renewable energy

Monday, Nov. 8 Get day ticket
Energy and Storage Energy and Storage All for One One for All: Supercharging Individual Climate Action10.30–11.30 a.m. B.S.T.WorkshopThe Yard

This hands-on workshop will bring together leaders, students and members of the community to learn, debate and discover equity-oriented solutions. Participants of all ages, expertise and familiarity with the subject matter are welcome.

Cross Theme Cross Theme Climate Court: Cases of Climate JusticeNoon–12.45 p.m. B.S.T.PanelThe Think Tank

Almost every place on earth has felt the footprint of climate injustice. Fortunately, activists and lawyers have increasingly challenged the lack of legal action from political leadership in recent years, leading to the establishment of new precedent

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Water and Oceans Water and Oceans Everyone’s Claim Nobody’s Responsibility: Sustainable Ocean Governance2–2.45 p.m. B.S.T.PanelThe Think Tank

From high-seas fisheries to deep-ocean minerals, countries and companies are laying claim to ocean resources. How can advances in science, governance and technologies like satellite mapping help us manage open-ocean and deep-ocean resources in sustai

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Water and Oceans Water and Oceans Washing Up: Ensuring Universal Access to Water Sanitation and Hygiene4–4.45 p.m. B.S.T.PanelThe Think Tank

The absence of WASH-Fin — water, sanitation and hygiene — finance remains one of the greatest obstacles to the development of nations. Why are we failing to mobilize the necessary capital? How can the private and public sectors be incentivized to mee

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Tuesday, Nov. 9 Get day ticket
Construction and Design Construction and Design Diving Into the Deep End: Deep Tech for Climate Solutions10.15–11 a.m. B.S.T.PanelThe Think Tank

Often, when people think of tech, they think of innovative technologies themselves. But “deep tech” has emerged, predominantly, as an approach to innovation, which happens to draw upon technologies like blockchain, A.I., advanced material science and

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Cross Theme Cross Theme On the Ground: Local and Global Climate Journalism in Action2–2.45 p.m. B.S.T.PanelThe Think Tank

Climate change is both a local and global issue and climate journalism needs to be sensitive to this reality. Take the topic of peatland restoration, which is playing out differently across the world, from Scotland to West Africa and to Indonesia. Ho

Food and Agriculture Food and Agriculture Plant Trees Not Just Seeds: Counteracting Deforestation3–3.45 p.m. B.S.T.PanelThe Think Tank

Planting a trillion trees to pull carbon dioxide from the air is an eye-catching and ambitious target. What projects can be designed to give local communities ownership of their reforestation goals? How can these programs also support livelihoods, an

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Cross Theme Cross Theme Climate Justice Means Racial Justice5–5.45 p.m. B.S.T.PanelThe Think Tank

People of color suffer more from the ongoing environmental impact of climate change, from zoonotic pandemics to air pollution. This panel, featuring all participants of color, will explore the inextricable link between racial justice and inclusion an

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Wednesday, Nov. 10 Get day ticket
Construction and Design Construction and Design The Future of Plastics: Are Net-Zero Materials Possible?10.30–11.30 a.m. B.S.T.WorkshopThe Yard

Advances in materials, insulation and coatings are bringing down the cost of net-zero buildings and industry. But can materials be net zero while meeting the modern-day performance demands we place on them, such as durability, safety, transparency an

Cross Theme Cross Theme Beginning at the End: How to Keep a Product AliveNoon–12.45 p.m. B.S.T.PanelThe Think Tank

What happens to a product when a consumer discards it? Very few retailers care. Neglecting to engage with this area of sustainability is not only causing vast amounts of waste and emissions, it also has critical consequences on supply chain workers i

Cross Theme Cross Theme The New York Times Debate: Democratic Leaders Are Better Prepared to Address Climate Change Than Authoritarian Ones.3.10–4 p.m. B.S.T.DebateThe Think Tank

The lasting inaction of democratic governments, coupled with the refusal of most political candidates to look beyond the next election cycle, causes us to question whether democratic leaders are, in fact, best placed to achieve unified climate action

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Transport and Mobility Transport and Mobility Making It Easy: Sustainable Mobility in the 21st Century4.15–5 p.m. B.S.T.PanelThe Think Tank

From morning commutes to weekend trips, people are looking for new ways of moving from place to place that don’t involve car ownership or breaking out a conventional bus map. How is consumer demand shaping new mobility solutions and technology? How c

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Thursday, Nov. 11 Get day ticket
Cross Theme Cross Theme Passing the Torch: Intergenerational Climate Dialogues9.30–10.15 a.m. B.S.T.PanelThe Think Tank

In this session, experienced and up-and-coming climate leaders will share different generational perspectives on the kinds of solutions and implementation methods that climate action needs the most. How can our solutions harness the collective urgenc

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Cross Theme Cross Theme A Picture Worth a Thousand Words: Visual Arts and Climate Change11–11.45 a.m. B.S.T.PanelThe Think Tank

When a story is hard to verbalize, a single work of art can say everything. In such cases, images and artworks show us the reality we cannot express and confront us with the truth we might otherwise choose not to know. What role can the visual arts p

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Cross Theme Cross Theme Made to Order: E-Commerce in a Net-Zero World2.45–3.45 p.m. B.S.T.WorkshopThe Yard

Covid-19 has fundamentally shifted the retail landscape toward click-and-ship. But logistics is carbon intensive. How can climate-conscious consumers make informed choices and ensure that logistics providers and online retailers put the pursuit of ze

Cross Theme Cross Theme Reasons to Believe: Unleashing the Power of Optimism4–4.45 p.m. B.S.T.PanelThe Think Tank

Optimism is arguably our most underappreciated resource in a time of crisis. While it’s natural, and emotionally necessary, to confront the reality we face, the only thing that will stop us from succumbing to a doomful and disempowered mindset is the

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