Climate Week in New York City is fast-approaching!

We encourage you to participate and have your voice heard on climate change! More than 100 events are being planned for this year’s Climate Week centered around the UN Climate Summit on September 23. Here are some of the events taking place the week of September 21:
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People’s Climate March:
Sunday, Sept. 21 at 11:30 a.m.
Location: Meet at Central Park West, between 59th and 86th Streets in Manhattan.
The march will begin at 11:30 a.m. The march will leave Columbus Circle and go east on 59th Street, then turn onto 6th Ave. and go south to 42nd Street, then turn right onto 42nd Street and go west to 11th Ave. and finally turn left on 11th Ave. and go south to 34th Street. The march will end at 11th Ave. between 34th and 38th Streets.

Interfaith Summit on Climate Change: Monday Morning Sessions
Monday, Sept. 22 from 9-11 a.m.
Location: Saint Peter’s Church, 619 Lexington Avenue, New York, New York
Morning discussions on ethics, spirituality, climate change and faith communities, divestment and renewable energy. Registration is required, but there is no admission cost.

UN Climate Summit:
Tuesday, Sept. 23
(Invitation only event)
EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy will be participating in this event with world leaders to advance the conversation on climate change and taking action.

Rising Seas Summit:
Sept. 24-26
Location: Crowne Plaza Times Square, New York, NY
EPA Regional Administrator Judith Enck will be speaking at a lunch plenary session with other environmental leaders on Wednesday, September 24.

Find more NYC Climate Week events at www.climateweeknyc.org and http://milanoschool.org/climateaction.

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