The New York Times
As a media partner to The New York Times, Kite Insights is responsible for curating a number of their live events – most recently Kite curated 90 sessions of live journalism at The New York Times Climate Hub in Glasgow during COP26.
This year, Kite Insights will support The New York Times’ Climate Forward Conversations series, a hybrid programme of live journalism sessions taking place in London, New York, and Sharm El-Sheikh in the latter half of 2022, around the theme of Climate on the Verge.
The Women’s Forum For The Economy & Society
As research and content partner to the Women's Forum for the Economy & Society, Kite Insights provides strategy support for the Women's Forum and develops an overarching narrative and content for the Women's Forum Global Meeting each year. Kite also supports the research and content development for the Daring Circles, cross-industry working groups applying a gender lens to significant global challenges from technology to climate change.
TED is a nonprofit devoted to spreading ideas, usually in the form of short, powerful talks. TED began in 1984 as a conference where Technology, Entertainment and Design converged, and today covers almost all topics — from science to business to global issues — in more than 100 languages. Meanwhile, independently run TEDx events help share ideas in communities around the world.
Leaders' Quest is a unique network of generous people who lead successful change — from grassroots communities to boardrooms. Leaders' Quest helps leaders and companies align profit with purpose, focusing on leadership development, corporate purpose and system-wide collaboration.
AXA Climate’s purpose is to help the Planet Earth become a stakeholder of all companies, just the same way employees, customers and shareholders are today. AXA Climate enables organisations to transform by putting the climate, its risks and its opportunities at the heart of their strategy.
Count Us In
Count Us In is a community of people protecting what they love from climate change before it is too late. Count Us In’s mission over the next decade is to mobilise 1 billion people to take practical steps that when aggregated, will make a significant impact in reducing carbon pollution and challenge leaders to act boldly to deliver global systems change.
WaterBear is the first streaming service dedicated to protecting the planet, providing free access to award-winning and impact-driven video content that empowers members to dive deeper, learn more and take action.
Global Canopy is a data-driven non-profit organisation targeting the market forces destroying tropical forest. Working directly with a wide range of market actors, policymakers and non-governmental organisations, Global Canopy provides innovative open-access data, clear metrics, and actionable insights to leading companies, financial institutions, governments and campaigning organisations worldwide.
Schoolab empowers organisations' talents to co-create business innovations with a positive impact. By spreading the entrepreneurial and collaborative spirit through action, Schoolab helps innovation projects grow with entrepreneurs and with companies.
The Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research
From natural science to social science, from risks to solutions, from identifying Planetary Boundaries to managing Global Commons: The Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) is advancing the frontier of integrated research for global sustainability, and for a safe and just climate future. A member of the Leibniz Association, the institute is based in Potsdam, Brandenburg and connected with the global scientific community. Drawing on excellent research, PIK provides relevant scientific advice for policy decision-making. The institute’s international staff of about 400 is led by a committed interdisciplinary team of Directors.