State Climate Action | Federal Climate Action | Resilience

Our Climate Change work focuses on direct engagement of policy makers, convening decision makers and stakeholders, as well as policy research and analysis.  The goal in this work is to assist decision makers and stakeholders in developing and implementing policies that reduce greenhouse gas emissions.  We are also concerned with identifying cost-effective actions to improve the resiliency to climate change impacts, such as the extreme weather that has hit the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic in recent years.

Program Experts

Thomas G. Bourgeois
Deputy Director
Pic of Karl R. Rábago
Karl R. Rábago
Executive Director
  • Climate Change Resilience

    The Center hosted a regional climate change impacts conference in the spring of 2012.  In addition, the Center produced numerous fact sheets... Read More

  • Federal Climate Action

    The Center’s experts are engaged in efforts to reduce nationwide greenhouse gas emissions under existing law, including the Clean Air Act.

  • State Climate Action

    The Center’s experts have been closely involved with numerous state-level initiatives to design and implement policies to reduce greenhouse gas... Read More

  • 4th Annual Power Puzzle

    November, 30, 2017
    3 Spruce Street New York, NY

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  • New York Power Puzzle

    November, 11, 2016
    1 Pace Plaza NYC

    Pace Energy and Climate Center and The Consulate General of Canada in New York invite you to

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  • Using Technology for Resiliency

    Talking to Sustainability Professionals
    September, 24, 2015
    Webinar

    This webinar will empower community sustainability planners and managers to better utilize c

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  • New York's Energy Vision

    A Conversation on Valuing Resources
    March, 13, 2015
    Pace University, 3 Spruce St. New York, NY 10038

    A full recording of "A Conversation on Valuing Resources” which took place on March 13, 2015

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  • Putting a Price on Carbon

    The Social Cost of Carbon in U.S. Climate Policy
    May, 09, 2013
    Glass Moot Court Room, Pace Law School, White Plains, NY

    Superstorm Sandy clean-up, rising food prices, increased heating and cooling costs: we can n

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