Talking to the political challenge of getting meaningful movement on climate policies
, “We need to find ways that bridge between those that are worried about getting to the end of the week and those that worry about the end of the world”
London, we heard from Mafalda Duarte on private-sector finance, François Gemenne and Sandrine Dixson-Declève on war, peace and climate change, alongside many more climate experts on a wide range of pressing issues. Watch now at .
Today marked the first day of Climate Forward London. We heard from
and other leaders and thinkers.
If you missed any of these sessions, you can re-watch them at .
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We are live at Climate Forward London — three days of science, culture, policy and debate.
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Looking for an N.Y.C. read? Reach for Paula Fox’s “Desperate Characters,” a novel set in late 1960s Boerum Hill, where everything from the main character’s health to her love life, to the state of her country — is in flux. Join the club at
T Book Club is back! Dive into virtual talks about N.Y.C. stories. First up, Paula Fox’s “Desperate Characters.” Join novelist Sigrid Nunez and T’s deputy digital editor, Kate Guadagnino, to discuss on August 4 at 7 p.m. E.T.
Join The New York Times on June 27 for a conversation with Rep. Jamie Raskin, a member of the House Select Committee investigating the roots of the Jan. 6 attack, about what the hearings have accomplished so far.