Date: 9th February 2021
Time: 11 AM GMT
At this time of unprecedented crisis, bold, fresh policy thinking is more urgent than ever. The New Statesman, Britain's leading political weekly, has been at the forefront of progressive debate since its founding in 1913. In this new event series, the New Statesman and its Spotlight policy supplement will convene leaders from politics, business, and international organisations to discuss the most pressing policy problems facing the world today.
This edition will focus on the climate crisis and sustainable growth. Through a series of panel discussions, interviews and live Q&A's, leaders and expert speakers will talk about how the world can move to a clean energy economy, with sessions across a range of policy areas. Register now to stay up-to-date on this event series.
We are proud to be an official sponsor and South Pole's Rebecca Self, Director of Sustainable Finance will be speaking at this session:
Session 8 -14:30-15:15
Achieving Net Zero: What Is the Role of Policymakers and the Financial Sector? Sponsored by South Pole
Sustainable finance has been on an upwards trend, with asset managers making net zero commitments across the globe. But where does the responsibility of the financial sector begin and the responsibility of the government end? .
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We look forward to seeing you virtually!