Circular City Week
Circular City Week is an open collaborative festival for circular economy-related events, dedicated to creating awareness about global circular frontrunners. Circular City Week took place in New York for the first time in March 2019, where 2,185 people participated and will be back in New York in October 2023.
Activities during Circular City Week emphasize how circular practices such as reuse, recycling, and upcycling are transforming urban industries and the city as a whole. Circular City Week was made possible by the active involvement of more than 100 organizations, all committed to driving forward change and bringing attention to best practices and innovative initiatives.
NY Blue Tech
NY Blue Tech is an international, interdisciplinary water network, which aims to bring together global innovators to promote new, cross-sectorial approaches and solutions to water management challenges in New York. Co-founded by Danish Cleantech Hub, NYC Department of Environmental Protection, NYC Economic Development Corporation, Columbia University and The Dutch Consulate, among others, the network brings together practitioners, policy regulators, academics and entrepreneurs on a monthly basis to discuss and promote water management issues. For Danish Cleantech Hub partners, NY Blue Tech offers a platform and outlet for visibility and market creation on the NY/US market.
Climate Week NYC
Danish Cleantech Hub is proud to contribute to Climate Week NYC, which is one of the key summits on the international calendar and has been driving climate action forward since it was launched by The Climate Group in 2009. This week has since 2014 been the signature week for Danish Cleantech Hub.
Coinciding with the UN General Assembly, Climate Week NYC continues to grow as a theater for the world to showcase amazing climate action and discuss how to go beyond. The number of anchor events of Climate Week is growing, and in 2022 it is set to far exceed the 200 events of 2021 – the largest ever.