How policy, technology and financial markets can ramp up the energy transition

3 July  |  London

Join us for a thorough debate where we will focus on:

1. Inevitable Policy Response: scoping of the investment implications of a rapid and forceful policy response to close the gap to the Paris Agreement.

2. Energy Transition Myths: how economical, technological and political arguments in favour of renewables are lining up and driving the energy transition. 3. Sustainable Finance: incorporating forward looking climate risks into investment decision making.

3. Sustainable Finance: incorporating forward looking climate risks into investment decision making.

PROVISIONARY AGENDA:

Host welcome

Opening keynote: Alison Gowman, City of London Alderman, Chair of the City Bridge Trust and Deputy Chair of the Green Finance Initiative

Short presentations:

Mark Fulton, Advisor to the PRI Inevitable Policy Response: Scoping of the investment implications of a rapid and forceful policy response to close the gap to the Paris Agreement. Presenting a practical guide for asset owners.

Kingsmill Bond, New Energy Strategist, Carbon Tracker: Debunking the energy transition myths, explaining how economical, technological and political arguments in favour of renewables are lining up and driving the energy transition.

Marion de Marcillac, Executive Director, Head of Climate Change Solutions, MSCI: Evaluating the forward looking risks, identify potential leaders and laggards, mapping the low carbon transition and integrating climate considerations into risk management, portfolio construction and reporting.

Investor panel:

Marta Jankovic, Director, EMEA Head of iShares Sustainable, BlackRock

Seb Beloe, Partner, Head of Research at Wheb Asset Management LLP

Large scale and small scale AM perspective on how investors are responding to the challenge  and what they are doing to finance the energy transition

Closing remarks

Coffee & Tea

For additional info email mgagliardi@carbontracker.org