Emerson Collective, the social change organization led by Laurene Powell Jobs, is hosting the first-ever Climate Science Fair from Sept. 20-23 during Climate Week NYC. Over the course of four days, the public, policymakers, entrepreneurs, business leaders, artists, students, and more will meet passionate problem solvers and collaborative thinkers from across the Emerson Collective community, alongside a coalition of New York City partners, organizations, and activists shaping our climate’s present and future. 

The event will also feature a keynote talk from renowned scientist, inventor and television personality Bill Nye, who will speak about the optimism that exists as communities work to implement climate solutions. 

Bill Nye, renowned scientist, inventor, and television personality, Linda Bryant Goode, Founder of Project EATS, Founders of AmpaireARTNOIRBrotherhood Sister SolProject EATS, Sky High Farm, Teens For Food Justice and many more.

Wednesday, September 20 to Saturday, September 23 

10 am – 6 pm ET

2:00pm Friday, September 22: Keynote Talk with Bill Nye

The High Line – 10th Avenue Square, at West 17th Street and 10th avenue


Emerson Collective is an organization designed to develop opportunities and solutions in education, environment, immigration, gun violence, and health equity through philanthropy, creativity, and investments. Established in 2004 and led by Laurene Powell Jobs, Emerson Collective is working to create new possibilities for individuals, families, and communities. For more information about Emerson’s Climate Science Fair, please visit  https://events.emersoncollective.com/climatesciencefair

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