NEW YORK – Governor Gavin Newsom continues his visit to New York’s Climate Week, providing remarks at two events on Wednesday.
Governor Newsom will deliver closing remarks at Climate Week NYC, the biggest climate event of its kind with over 1,000 leaders from around the world pushing for climate action.
The event is organized by The Climate Group, which is the Secretariat for the Under2 Coalition, co-chaired by California and made up of over 200 governments globally.
United Nations Climate Action: Race to Zero and Resilience Forum
Governor Newsom will speak at the United Nations Climate Action: Race to Zero and Resilience Forum, co-hosted by UN Special Envoy on Climate Ambition and Solutions and Race to Zero and Race to Resilience Global Ambassador Michael R. Bloomberg and the United Nations Climate Change High-Level Champions Nigel Topping and Dr. Mahmoud Mohieldin.
The Forum brings together the largest ever alliance committed to achieving net zero carbon emissions.
The Governor was sitting down with Bloomberg News journalist Francine Lacqua for a conversation on California’s climate action.
Listen to the report by KMJ’s Liz Kern.