The New York Times Climate Hub
November 3 - November 11
Inside The New York Times Climate Hub
Explore endless opportunities to eat, drink, learn, debate and discover at The New York Times Climate Hub. The NYT Climate Hub has four key areas: The Think Tank, where a towering forest from artist Es Devlin is the immersive setting for debates, talks and workshops; The Forum, a marketplace of ideas for leadership; The Warehouse, our breakout zone for networking and free-flowing sessions, and The Yard, where you can explore promising innovations, sustainable drinks and dining, film screenings and interactive exhibitions.
Big ideas, beneath the trees.
Fresh from the Venice Biennale, artist and set designer Es Devlin has created an immersive forest setting, just for The New York Times Climate Hub. Explore powerful ideas from amongst a thicket of living, breathing branches.
Close to COP26. Connected to the world.
The New York Times Climate Hub is an open, expansive, multi-use space designed to facilitate conversations and embolden thinking. Through our extensive interactive and virtual capabilities, we’ll also be welcoming guests and speakers from all around the world.