Climate Knowledge Exchange - NYC Mayor's Office of Climate and Environmental Justice
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Climate Knowledge Exchange

The Climate Knowledge Exchange (CKE) aims to make progress on equitable climate action.

The New York City State of Climate Knowledge maintains a public agenda for climate research in NYC. The agenda includes public engagement, united local knowledge, academic climate research, and City agency know-how to co-produce actionable results.

  • Fresh Creek Civic Association
  • Newtown Creek Alliance
  • Coney Island Beautification Project
  • Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens
  • Church of God Christian Academy
  • Hudson River Foundation
  • Natural Resources Defense Council
  • Environmental Defense Fund
  • Environmental Justice Advisory Board
  • Waterfront Alliance
  • National Wildlife Federation in New York City
  • Natural Areas Conservancy
  • Regional Plan Association
  • FEMA
  • NYC Department of Buildings
  • NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
  • NYC Department of Law
  • NYC Department of Environmental Protection
  • NYC Housing Preservation and Development
  • NYC Department of Sanitation
  • NYC Department of Parks and Recreation
  • NYC Housing Authority
  • NYC Department of Citywide Administrative Services
  • NYC Department of City Planning
  • NYC Department of Design and Construction
  • NYC Department of Transportation
  • NYC Emergency Management
  • NYC Economic Development Corporation
  • NYC Office of Technology and Innovation
  • NY Power Authority
  • Con Edison
  • USACE Environmental Lab
  • The Port Authority of NY & NJ
  • The Trust for Governor’s Island
  • Barnard College
  • CUNY
  • Columbia University
  • Rutgers University
  • Cornell University
  • The New School
  • Drexel University
  • Stevens Institute of Technology
  • Sarah Lawrence College
  • New York University
  • Pratt Institute
  • Princeton University
  • Science & Resilience Institute at Jamaica Bay
  • New York Sea Grant

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