Green Finance Summit

Green Finance Summit : Investing in Actions

02 Jul 2019
Guildhall Great Hall, London, UK

Green Finance event Investing in actions showcases the latest in green financial policy, market developments and thought leadership. The summit brings together industry experts, policymakers, leading voices and the brightest minds in green finance with an agenda focusing on investing, accelerating and delivering on green finance commitments.

The City of London’s flagship annual Green Finance Summit showcases the latest in green financial policy, market developments and thought leadership.

The 3rd Summit brings together industry experts, policymakers, leading voices and the brightest minds in green finance with an agenda focusing on investing, accelerating and delivering on green finance commitments.

Join us for the launch of the new Green Finance Institute as we look ahead of the curve. The road to 2020 calls for greater action from governments to elevate their climate commitments, and for all economic actors to increase investments and actions in the transition towards a resilient, low-carbon economy.

We are pleased to announce the third Green Finance Conference : Investing in Actions will take place on Tuesday 2 July 2019, coinciding with London Climate Action Week.

The City of London’s flagship annual Green Finance event showcases the latest in green financial policy, market developments and thought leadership.

The 3rd Summit brings together industry experts, policymakers, leading voices and the brightest minds in green finance with an agenda focusing on investing, accelerating and delivering on green finance commitments.

Join us for the launch of the new Green Finance Institute as we look ahead of the curve. Hear from keynote speakers including Mary Robinson, Chair, The Elders; Hoesung Lee, Chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change; António Horta-Osório, CEO, Lloyds Banking Group and The Rt Hon Claire Perry MP, Minister of State for Energy and Clean Growth. The road to 2020 calls for greater action from governments to elevate their climate commitments, and for all economic actors to increase investments and actions in the transition towards a resilient, low-carbon economy.

 

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