Climate Week NYC
Oliver Wyman is proud to be a research partner at Climate Week NYC 2021. Hosted annually by international non-profit the Climate Group in conjunction with the United Nations, and in partnership with the COP26 and the City of New York, Climate Week NYC is a global opportunity to come together to accelerate climate action and assess progress ahead of COP26. This year's focus is on fulfilling and increasing commitments made by businesses, governments, and organizations.
OW at Climate Week NYC
Watch Partner Simon Glynn's interview with Climate Group CEO, Helen Clarkson on our new joint report: Getting Real: A Blueprint for a commercially smart climate transition.
Getting it done: Critical moments in the Climate Decade and how to get there
Tuesday, Sept. 21
10:00 AM-12:00 PM ET
Global business and government leaders have announced ambitious climate commitments, laying out targets with fast-approaching end dates. The Hub Live’s opening flagship event will explore what needs to happen now to make 2030 and 2050 commitments a reality. How do we get back on track, what critical policy interventions, technology development and investment decisions must converge, and when do key climate milestones need to be hit across the Climate Decade to Get It Done?
Watch Oliver Wyman Partner and Climate & Sustainability Co-lead, Simon Glynn and the Climate Group Chief Executive Officer, Helen Clarkson discuss our new joint research report – Getting Real: A blueprint for a commercially smart climate transition.
Getting Real Report
Oliver Wyman’s new joint report with the Climate Group, Getting Real: A blueprint for a commercially smart climate transition provides a practical blueprint for a commercially smart climate transition, distilling the collective experience of over 25 corporate climate action leaders from some of the world’s largest companies to demonstrate how ambitious climate commitments can be turned into tangible outcomes.