New York, NY – – New York City Mayor Eric Adams and The Trust for Governors Island today announced that Stony Brook University will serve as the anchor institution for the development of a world-leading climate solutions center on Governors Island in the city’s harbor. “The New York Climate Exchange” (“The Exchange”) will be a first-of-its kind international center for developing and deploying dynamic solutions to our global climate crisis, while also acting as a hub for New Yorkers to benefit from the rapidly evolving green economy.
At 12pm today, press is invited to join a virtual call with details about the center’s design, programming, and more.
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WHEN: Monday, April 24 @ 12:00 p.m.
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- Deputy Mayor Maria Torres-Springer
- Trust for GI President and CEO Clare Newman
- Stony Brook University President Maurie D. McInnis (The Exchange Chair)
- Kevin Reed, Associate Dean for Research and Associate Professor School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, Stony Brook University
- Colin Koop, Principal, SOM