Climate Change 2018
New frontiers in innovation, finance and climate science
15-16 October | Chatham House

From start-ups to major corporates, companies are developing strategies in response to disruptive changes that have been brought by climate change and the low carbon transition. At the same time, new technologies and big data will make it possible to reconfigure future activities and patterns of demand and consumption. The 2018 Chatham House Climate Change Conference will examine how changing business models and technological frontiers can drive sustainability and decarbonization as well as provide practical solutions to mitigating and managing climate change.

The 22nd annual Chatham House Climate Change Conference will address:

  • The conclusions of the IPCC special report and implications for mitigation efforts, adaptation and international negotiations
  • New frontiers of innovation in sectors with high emissions and opportunities for decarbonization
  • How to incorporate climate considerations into the regulation, supervision and oversight of financial markets and institutions
  • Developments in extreme event attribution science and the implications for climate litigation
  • The prospects for COP24 and delivering on climate ambitions by 2020

Our CEO, Anthony Hobley will be speaking during session four: The Role of Financial Markets and Institutions. This session will ook at the role of global financial centres and financing institutions in driving the climate change agenda, examining various initiatives under way to incorporate climate considerations into the regulation, supervision and oversight of financial markets and institutions.

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