The New York Times Climate Hub speakers have been announced

We're thrilled that The New York Times Climate Hub is being held at SWG3 this November during COP26. Headline speakers including chair of The Elders Mary Robinson, artist Oliver Jeffers, author and philosopher Roman Krznaric, and fashion designer and founder Stella McCartney who will be joined by more than 150 contributors comprising climate strategists, innovators and industry leaders.

Register your interest at nytclimatehub.com

Featured speakers, contributors and panelists will include:

Rebecca Blumenstein, Deputy Managing Editor, The New York Times
Hannah Fairfield, Climate Editor, The New York Times
Finn and Jack Harries and Alice Aedy, Climate Activists and Co-Founders of Earthrise
Rebecca Henderson, Professor, Harvard Business School
Ban Ki-moon, Former Secretary General, United Nations
Rt. Hon. David Lammy, Member of Parliament (United Kingdom)
Kumi Naidoo, Human Rights Activist and Speaker on Environmental Justice
Varshini Prakash, Co-Founder and Executive Director, Sunrise
Johan Rockström, Director, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research
Somini Sengupta, International Climate Reporter, The New York Times
Nigel Topping, U.K. High-Level Champion for Climate Action, COP26

Other speakers announced today include:

Andreas Ahrens, Matthew Anderson, Aya Chebbi, Ertharin Cousin, Asha de Vos, Jerome Foster II, Lisa Friedman, Thomas Friedman, Vanessa Friedman, Ignacio Galán, Ilham Kadri, Rachel Kyte, Mark Landler, Mindy Lubber, Mariana Mazzucato, Gonzalo Muñoz, Laxman Narasimhan, Maria Neira, Luisa Neubauer, Mads Nipper, Elizabeth Nyeko, Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim, Bertrand Piccard, Brad Plumer, Kate Raworth, Jacqueline Savitz, Andrew Scott, Kim Severson, Sam Sifton, Leah Thomas, Peter Vanacker, Máximo Vedoya and Katharine Wilkinson.

The New York Times Climate Hub will offer visitors an expansive space to network and socialise, set alongside world-class climate photography, documentary screenings and performances, with two bars and dining options across three floors.

The New York Times Climate Hub is supported by presenting sponsors Morgan Stanley and Siemens Energy.

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