Events in NYC

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11-29-20231:00 PMRally to Tell Gov. Hochul: Pass the Climate Change Superfund ActFood & Water Watch Hall Park Chambers St New York, NY 10007ActionJoin Food & Water Watch in calling on Governor Hochul to make the fossil fuel industry pay for its climate damage! They’ll be rallying in City Hall Park to urge her to pass the Climate Change Superfund Act in the state budget.
11-29-20233:30 PMShut Down DealBookPlanet Over Profit Circle • 10 Columbus Cir, New York, NY 10023, New York, NY 11216ActionKamala Harris, Jamie Dimon, and Elon Musk. What else do all of these people have in common? They are, each of them, exploiting systems which threaten the safety of people like you and me globally. Each of these people need to be confronted with all we have to make it clear to them and the world that we will no longer accept their lethally opportunistic behavior.
11-29-20237:00 PMClimate Happy HourData for Progress & Evergreen ActionNo need to RSVPSweet & Vicious – 5 Spring St. New York, NYSocialBefore we all head home (or have a staycation!) for the holidays, join us for the last climate happy hour of the year. We'll be back in Manhattan at Sweet and Vicious, which you may remember from our September Climate Week happy hour if you were there!
11-30-20237:00 PMThe City as Commons: Planning Urban Climate Justice with Sheila FosterThe Climate Museum Climate Museum – 105 Wooster St. New York, NYTrainingGeorgetown University Professor of Law and Public Policy Sheila R. Foster is a leading scholar on climate and environmental justice and the role cities can play in achieving them while promoting social and economic welfare, improving global governance, and addressing racial inequality. In this discussion with Climate Museum director Miranda Massie, Foster will discuss the philosophical and practical implications of treating urban spaces as communal, the governance principles undergirding what she calls “co-cities,” and the critical role of the city as commons in the fight for climate justice.
11-30-20239:00 PMP8guaso Land Back at Starr Bar P8guaso Land Rematriation Bar, 214 Starr St., Brooklyn, NY ActionNov 30th Starr Bar! Presale $8 Day of $10 (or donate $$$$$) Venmo @kathryn-the-bitch All money raised at this event will be donated directly to the "P8guaso Land Rematriation" effort. The fund is run by an Indigenous collective and @agrariantrust & supports the ongoing rematriation of anarea of Nipmuc ancestral land, called P&guaso (colonially known As Bogastow Farm). "The land is situated just twenty two miles from the center of Boston and is part of the Charles River Basin, a sacred river which continues to be a connection for seasonal ceremony and communal stewarding. /"p&guaso" (which sounds like "bôgwasso")" – Agrarian Trust's site
11-30-20236:30 PMA Poetry Night: Nature, Wellness, and CultureSustainable Baddie & Maria – 558 Halsey Street Brooklyn, NY 11233Social a cozy, fall night at Rita & Maria and listen to 5 amazing poets read their pieces surrounding nature, wellness, and culture.
11-30-20236:30 PMClimate Cafe (11/30)Climate Cafe NYC 9th Ave, NYCClimate CafeJoin us for a Climate Cafe on November 30th to discuss the difficult emotions that arise out of the ongoing climate emergency.
11-30-20236:30 PMManhattan Climate Cafe (organized by our friends at Climate Cafe NYC)Climate Cafe NYC – 176 9th Avenue New York, NY 10011MeetingJoin our friends at Climate Cafe NYC on November 30th to discuss the difficult emotions that arise out of the ongoing climate emergency.
12-02-20238:00 PMClimate Cafe Birthday PartyClimate Cafe Bar, 214 Starr Street Brooklyn, NY 11237partyClimate Cafe turns one, and you're invited to party with us! Whether you're a seasoned activist or just starting your sustainability journey, Climate Cafe's birthday party is a welcoming space for everyone. Join us at Starr Bar in Bushwick to celebrate a year of climate action and the friendships we’ve built along the way. We'll ring in the party with an evening of live performances, local climate community, and partner organizations and artists. MEMBERS GET A DISCOUNT AND MEMBERSHIP BADGE. BECOME A MEMBER TO RECEIVE A DISCOUNT CODE:
12-02-20231:00 PMBGE NYC Sustainable Fashion Volunteering and Swap ShopBlack Girl Environmentalist Fashion Community Center 1795 Lexington Ave New York, NY 10029Clothing swap Join BGE NYC Hub for Sustainable Fashion Volunteering event, where they’ll sort clothes and partake in a clothing swap!
12-08-20236:00 PMFound Plastic Art Exhibition & DinnerTobey Tomorrow & Robert Gibbons 17th St. Brooklyn, NYArt exhibit Found plastic art exhibit and plastic-free dinner at the Open Source Gallery. There will be art, poetry, and wine! DM @tobeytomorrow on Instagram to RSVP
12-09-20232:00 PMClimate Cafe Book Club & SwapClimate Cafe Lofts – 248 McKibbin St., Brooklyn, NYMeetingGet ready for an electrifying Climate Cafe book discussion at the McKibbin Lofts in Bushwick! We’ll do a deep dive into powerful essays and poetry from All We Can Save: Truth, Courage, and Solutions for the Climate Crisis. Afterward, spice up your bookshelf with our first book swap—bring 1-2 favorites to pass on to our community (it doesn’t have to be climate-related)!
12-09-20237:00 PMMoonlight Farmers Opening Reception Miriam Gallery Bedford Ave, Williamsburg Brooklyn, NY 11211Art Exhibition Moonlight Farmers, Mariana Murcia, Jacob Ott & Johannes Willi, constitutes a group of three artists, each with distinct artistic practices that intersect through continuous collaborations and daily conversations that take place within the context of their shared living arrangements.