More tweets heating up Climate Week 2014

More tweets heating up Climate Week 2014

Empire State lit up green by Eduard Moldoveanu via Shutterstock

Climate Week has been a blockbuster event so far, hitting the streets with a noisy People's Climate March on Sunday. The U.N. Climate Summit and Clinton Global Initiative meeting on Tuesday demonstrated movement around sustainable cities, forestry, finance and business. There are still several more days to come of reports serious partnerships among heavy-hitters in business, policy and activism.

Continuing our roundup of tweets that kicked off Climate Week, here's an assortment from Twitter of the insight and flavor from New York.

Summit groups: optimistic entrepreneurs, depressed scientists, infuriated indigenous, passionate youth & weirded economists. #climate14

— Solitaire Townsend (@GreenSolitaire) September 23, 2014

Picture this: @AlGore, at @UN @GlobalCompact lunch, gives — what else? — a slide show.

— Joel Makower (@makower) September 23, 2014

"We need more companies to stop investing in old world & start investing in the new" - Mary Robinson @MRFCJ #wemeanit

— The B Team (@thebteamhq) September 23, 2014

Insightful chart: How companies have identified why they are taking climate action via @climatebrad #Climate2014

— Elaine Hsieh (@elaineishere) September 24, 2014

As #citiesact on climate change, ICLEI partners on the Compact of Mayors and seven other bold initiatives at the UN …

— Konr Otto-Zimmermann (@ICLEI_UrbAgenda) September 24, 2014

See who made promises to cut emissions, contribute funds & save forests at the #ClimateSummit #cwnyc @climate2014live

— World Bank Climate (@wbclimatechange) September 25, 2014

MT @Climate2014Live: Empire State Building glowing green the night before the #Climate2014 Summit #CWNYC.

— World Wildlife Fund (@World_Wildlife) September 23, 2014

If you missed the brilliant @thebteamhq video on why #WeMeanBusiness, watch it now: #WeMeanIt

— CDP (@CDP) September 23, 2014

"Those of us who've been in this game for years, realized this week we've so many actors working with us now" @SDDecleve #CWNYC #climate2014

— The Climate Group (@ClimateGroup) September 24, 2014

How many people will be affected by rising seas? This map explains.

— The Upshot (@UpshotNYT) September 24, 2014

What's needed to tackle climate change:, & #climate2014

— Harvard Biz Review (@HarvardBiz) September 24, 2014

Obama: "We cannot condemn our children & their children to a future that is beyond their capacity to repair" #Climate2014

— Climate Desk (@ClimateDesk) September 23, 2014

New CO2 Emissions Report Shows China’s Central Role in Shaping World’s Climate Path #Climate2014

— Andy Revkin (@Revkin) September 23, 2014

Does your company mean business on climate? It does if it's doing these three things. #WeMeanIt @BSRnews

— We Mean Business (@WMBtweets) September 24, 2014

Fun to be interviewed by Leo Di Caprio for his documentary on climate change. #Climate2014

— Christiana Figueres (@CFigueres) September 24, 2014

Here's a plan: zero fossil fuels, 100% renewables. Denmark shows how. #climate2014

— Kumi Naidoo (@kuminaidoo) September 23, 2014

Crazy! Where #climate change ranks w/ Americans as a threat: via @pewresearch #climate2014

— Susan McPherson (@susanmcp1) September 22, 2014

Apple CEO Tim Cook calls new HQ “greenest building on the planet” and speaks out on climate change #CWNYC

— Katie Fehrenbacher (@katiefehren) September 22, 2014

This is what you call a PR success story. Arresting the polar bear. #FloodWallStreet #climatemarch @ANIMALNewYork

— Karmen Ross (@karmenross) September 22, 2014

Ready to march for action #climatemarch #london #Climate2014

— Mahima Sukhdev (@MahiTuna) September 21, 2014

I walked for #climatechange #walkthewalk

— Julia Marton-Lefèvre (@JMartonLefevre) September 20, 2014

Top image of green Empire State Building by Eduard Moldoveanu via Shutterstock