Climate Risk & The Capital Domino Effect
How policy, technology and financial markets can ramp up the energy transition
In conjunction with the London Climate Action Week 2019
To mark the City of London’s inaugural Climate Action Week, the PRI, Carbon Tracker and MSCI are pleased to host an event targeted at the mainstream investment community to explore the political, technological and financial opportunities and challenges associated with the transformation of the global energy system.
- Energy Transition Myths: how economical, technological and political arguments in favour of renewables are lining up and driving the energy transition
- Inevitable Policy Response: scoping of the investment implications of a rapid and forceful policy response to close the gap to the Paris Agreement
- Incorporating forward looking climate risks into investment decision making
- Investor panel discussion: how investors are responding to the challenge
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Jul 3, 2019
8:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Allen & Overy,
One Bishops Square,
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Host Welcome: MSCI
Remy Briand, Head of ESG, MSCI
Alison Gowman, City of London Alderman, Chair of the City Bridge Trust and Deputy Chair, Green Finance Initiative
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.
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.
Alison Martin, Group Chief Risk Officer, Zurich
Sagarika Chatterjee, Director of Climate Change, PRI
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