Expert Workshop - Finance & Climate

11 July 2016 | University College London (UCL), London, UK

On 11 July 2016, University College London (UCL) and 2 Degrees Investing (2DI) will hold an informal discussion workshop with a limited number of experts and key decision makers in London, in order to discuss the future of green bonds, (China's) green credit guidelines, the role of stock indices, the potential greening of prudential rules, and the role of institutional investors in climate finance, amongst others. The results from this workshop will feed into GREEN-WIN research efforts and aim to challenge the key findings and conclusions from research undertaken thus far.

Tentative Agenda

- Welcome cafe

- The role of institutional investors in climate finance
(Roundtable discussion, moderated by Nadia Ameli, UCL)

- Lunch

- Climate goals and the financial sector: from stock indices to prudential rules
(Workshop, moderated by Hugues Chenet, 2°ii)

- Tea break

- Concluding session: Next steps
(Moderated by Michael Grubb, UCL)
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For further information, please contact:

Paul Drummond
Research Associate
UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources