Selected Past Events
Climate Museum staff hosted an interactive activity for global leaders at the GC Leaders Summit, which drives private sector action on the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. See here for more photos.
An interdisciplinary panel discussion hosted by the Climate Museum for Climate Week 2017. Panelists focused on the question, "How, in telling the truth about climate change, do we balance fear and hope?" See here for more photos.
Climate Museum staff engaged with the public for NYC’s Citi Summer Streets in Midtown Manhattan. A video recap of the event can be viewed here.
Director Miranda Massie traveled to Australia to participate in the 2017 Ecocity World Summit. Various speaking events were also held at the Australian Museum, the EU Centre on Shared Complex Challenges, the National Museum of Australia, and Museums Victoria.
Columbia University’s Capstone Workshop on Sustainable Development featured the Museum as a semester-long project. Students’ work focused on climate communication strategies and potential exhibit concepts.
Director Miranda Massie presented at FRESH TALK: Can the arts inspire environmental advocacy? at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, DC.
SYPartners launched a design challenge to develop public engagement strategies for the Museum’s first year of exhibitions and programs.
Director Miranda Massie participated in the panel Big Deals: Visionary Responses to Climate Change in NYC at the Center for Architecture (AIANY).
Director Miranda Massie presented the Museum’s upcoming exhibits and programs at the Winter Talks series at Battery Park City Parks.
Director Miranda Massie discussed the development of the Museum at a Museum Management class at New York University.
The Climate Museum hosted open house discussions on climate and the Museum’s development during Climate Week 2016.
Director Miranda Massie chaired the panel Climate Change: Impacts and Solutions at the Yale Club of New York City.
The Climate and Society core curriculum featured projects designed by and for the Climate Museum—e.g., a review of the literature on climate communications.
Director Miranda Massie presented on the panel Opportunities to Raise Public Awareness about Climate Change and the Need for Action at a New York City Bar Association conference.
Climate Museum staff traveled to Paris to participate in civic engagement activities surrounding the UN’s pathbreaking 2015 Conference of the Parties (COP21).
Director Miranda Massie participated in the panel Sea Change: The Challenge of Unifying Narratives for Action.
The Climate Museum presented a challenge at the ITP Innovation Lab, a nationally competitive continuing education course for exhibit design professionals.
Climate Museum staff traveled to Hong Kong to visit the world’s first and only existing museum dedicated to climate change and to meet with its leadership.
The Climate Museum was the subject of semester-long advanced studios in the Architecture, Interior Architecture, and Landscape Architecture Departments.