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Countdown to COP26 Webinar Series

In the run up to the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in November 2021, and with the backdrop of a pandemic, we examine what the roadblocks, innovations and opportunities are in the transition to a more sustainable future and how our industry can facilitate the green recovery.

The Infrastructure Deficit: The Role of ESG Standards and Frameworks in Sustainable Investment

In order to deliver the UN Sustainable Development Goals and support the expanding human population, an estimated $90 trillion in infrastructure investment worldwide is required between 2015 and 2030 to replace ageing infrastructure in developed economies. It is therefore imperative that investors are enabled to direct capital to sustainable and resilient infrastructure projects.

Energy Transition Policy – Role of Public Sector

In the second episode of our Countdown to COP26 Series, we explore the role of the public sector in the global energy transition.

Green Finance & Infrastructure: Transitioning Our World To Better Environments?

Our esteemed panel delves into green finance and infra and its role in aiding pathways to net-zero carbon as well as improving our wider environment overall.

Planes, Trains & Automobiles (…and Ships too!): Decarbonising Global Transport

Against the backdrop of COP26, the panel discuss the challenges and opportunities available to the infrastructure and project finance community in decarbonising global transport through a combination of policy, regulation, technological innovation, and finance.

CO2 Trapped? Unlocking CCUS’ Potential with Private Sector Finance

Join us as we discuss the opportunities that private sector finance offers to the CCUS industry, and the challenges and opportunities it is likely to face.

Climate Resilient Infrastructure and the Transition to Low Carbon Energy

Resilience must consider social, technical, and organisational components; taking a systems approach that acknowledges physical assets as well as the equal importance of leadership, policies, institutions, and social factors. In this webinar, we discuss the energy transition and the need for resilience and the potential effects on projects and investments.

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