Risilience named as official Climate Week NYC nature partner

Cambridge, UK, 21st August, 2023

Climate-analytics firm Risilience has been named the official nature program partner for Climate Week NYC, hosted by Climate Group. The award-winning firm has been recognized for supporting businesses in challenging the status quo to pursue a sustainable future.

The partnership will see the climate-intelligence firm attend and host a range of events throughout the week, including a panel focused on Climate Tech and Nature-Based Sustainability Solutions, which will take place: Thursday, September 21, 2023, 4:00-6:00 PM.

Helen Clarkson, CEO of Climate Group said: “The theme this year for Climate Week NYC is ‘We Can. We Will’. We know that while there are many strong commitments to tackle climate change, we’re not going fast enough.

“We need bold action and courageous leadership from companies, governments, and civil society. By coming together at Climate Week NYC, we aim to help leaders forge connections, collaborate and share knowledge because we believe that together we can and will drive change.”

Risilience CEO Dr. Andrew Coburn explained: “We are delighted to be Climate Week NYC’s official nature program partner. Our team is dedicated to supporting business transformation with an evolving suite of internationally-aligned climate analytics.

“As we work with clients to respond to emerging corporate sustainability regulation, it is clear that protecting and restoring nature is a priority. We support businesses on their journey to nature-positivity and net zero, helping them to make informed business decisions, based on the science, and surface opportunities. We look forward to connecting with partners and building new relationships during Climate Week NYC 2023.”

Notes to editors:

Climate Week NYC starts on Sunday, September 17 with the Opening Ceremony.

On Monday and Tuesday, September 18-19, Climate Group hosts The Hub Live, Climate Week NYC’s interactive program for innovative solutions, technologies, and ideas that drive forward climate action, now.