Community Briefing: Center for Climate Solutions on Governors Island
October 26, November 14
The Trust for Governors Island, in partnership with Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine, Senator Brian Kavanagh, New York City Council Member Christopher Marte, Manhattan Community Board 1, and Congressman Jerry Nadler, invites you to join an upcoming community briefing on responses submitted to the city’s Request for Proposals seeking an Educational and Research Institution to anchor the Center for Climate Solutions on Governors Island.
The Center for Climate Solutions is an initiative led by the New York City Mayor’s Office and the Trust for Governors Island designed to further New York City as a global leader in efforts to respond to the climate crisis. On Governors Island, the project is envisioned to support the research, development, and demonstration of equitable climate solutions for New York City that can be applied and scaled globally.
In April 2022, the Trust for Governors Island released a Request for Proposals, inviting finalist academic and research institutions to share their vision for anchoring the Center for Climate Solutions, with responses due in August 2022. Please join us at one of two upcoming sessions to learn more about proposals submitted as part of this RFP process.
Wednesday, October 26, or Monday, November 14, from 6 – 9pm (Please only register for one session.)
The Museum of Jewish Heritage, 36 Battery Place, New York, NY 10280
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Please note, due to procurement guidelines, information about the proposals will be presented “blindly,” with the names of finalist teams redacted at public sessions.
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