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Climate Innovation Forum 2019: Accelerating policy, innovation and finance for zero carbon cities

2019-07-03 9am 2019-07-035.30pm Europe/London

The first ever Climate Innovation Forum, taking place on 3 July in London, will present panels, keynotes and in-depth streamed sessions. It will be the first in a series of regional events aimed at championing innovation to accelerate the zero carbon economy.The LowCVP's Managing Director Andy Eastlake will be speaking at the event. NB There are 20 complimentary places for LowCVP members at the event!  

The first ever Climate Innovation Forum, taking place on 3 July in London, will present panels, keynotes and in-depth streamed sessions. It will be the first in a series of regional events aimed at championing innovation to accelerate the zero carbon economy.The LowCVP's Managing Director Andy Eastlake will be speaking at the event. NB There are 20 complimentary places for LowCVP members at the event!  

The first ever Climate Innovation Forum, taking place on 3 July in London, will present panels, keynotes and in-depth streamed sessions. It will be the first in a series of regional events aimed at championing innovation to accelerate the zero carbon economy. The LowCVP's Managing Director Andy Eastlake will be speaking at the event. NB There are 20 complimentary places for LowCVP members at the event!  

The event will focus on four key themes: 

  • Zero Carbon Energy 
  • Zero Carbon Mobility 
  • Zero Waste & Circular Economy 
  • Zero Carbon Buildings 

The forum, organised by Climate Action during the first ever London Climate Action Week, will look to mobilise cross sector collaboration to develop – and deliver – innovative products, services and systems that can be scaled up on a city-wide, nation-wide and even global level. 

This must-attend forum will convene over 350 attendees from the UK and Europe will collaborate and create new insights, initiate partnerships, build capacity, identify new market opportunities and meet investors all with the aim to catalyse collaboration and innovation for climate action.  

Confirmed speakers include: 

  • Chris Stark, Chief Executive – Committee on Climate Change 
  •  Iain Macbeth, Head of Foresight – Transport for London
  •  Graeme Cooper, Project Director EVs – National Grid
  •  Simeon Agada, Head of Clean Energy and Advanced Economies – BEIS
  •  Greg Archer, MD UK – Transport & Environment
  •  Justin Laney, General Manager of Fleet, John Lewis Partnership
  •  David Addison, Manager – Earth Challenge – Virgin
  •  Prof Sam Fankenhauser – Grantham Institute
  •  Dr Angela Falconer – Climate Policy Initiative 

LowCVP is delighted to be able to offer 20 x Complimentary VIP passes to LowCVP members. The deadline for applying is Wednesday 26th June and these VIP passes are strictly available on a first-come-first-served basis.

Click here to apply for your Complimentary VIP Pass and please enter the referral code 'LowCVP'.

Any queries please contact Camilla Watkiss, Head of VIP Relations at Climate Action on +44 (0)20 7871 0173 or email at cwatkiss@climateaction.org

For more information visit the event website
 
 
London
Date:  03 Jul 2019
Time:  9am-5.30pm
Website:  climateinnovationforum.org
Location:   London
Full Address:

Hilton, Tower Bridge, London





Description:   

The first ever Climate Innovation Forum, taking place on 3 July in London, will present panels, keynotes and in-depth streamed sessions. It will be the first in a series of regional events aimed at championing innovation to accelerate the zero carbon economy. The LowCVP's Managing Director Andy Eastlake will be speaking at the event. NB There are 20 complimentary places for LowCVP members at the event!  

The event will focus on four key themes: 

  • Zero Carbon Energy 
  • Zero Carbon Mobility 
  • Zero Waste & Circular Economy 
  • Zero Carbon Buildings 

The forum, organised by Climate Action during the first ever London Climate Action Week, will look to mobilise cross sector collaboration to develop – and deliver – innovative products, services and systems that can be scaled up on a city-wide, nation-wide and even global level. 

This must-attend forum will convene over 350 attendees from the UK and Europe will collaborate and create new insights, initiate partnerships, build capacity, identify new market opportunities and meet investors all with the aim to catalyse collaboration and innovation for climate action.  

Confirmed speakers include: 

  • Chris Stark, Chief Executive – Committee on Climate Change 
  •  Iain Macbeth, Head of Foresight – Transport for London
  •  Graeme Cooper, Project Director EVs – National Grid
  •  Simeon Agada, Head of Clean Energy and Advanced Economies – BEIS
  •  Greg Archer, MD UK – Transport & Environment
  •  Justin Laney, General Manager of Fleet, John Lewis Partnership
  •  David Addison, Manager – Earth Challenge – Virgin
  •  Prof Sam Fankenhauser – Grantham Institute
  •  Dr Angela Falconer – Climate Policy Initiative 

LowCVP is delighted to be able to offer 20 x Complimentary VIP passes to LowCVP members. The deadline for applying is Wednesday 26th June and these VIP passes are strictly available on a first-come-first-served basis.

Click here to apply for your Complimentary VIP Pass and please enter the referral code 'LowCVP'.

Any queries please contact Camilla Watkiss, Head of VIP Relations at Climate Action on +44 (0)20 7871 0173 or email at cwatkiss@climateaction.org

For more information visit the event website
 
 






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