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

Global carbon emissions from the transport sector account for almost a quarter of all global carbon emissions from energy. Reducing global transport carbon emissions is a big prize to win, but challenging one as economic growth leads to increases in passenger and freight activity.  The opportunities for investors, sponsors, and financiers in meeting this challenge are equally huge.  The transport sector spans road, rail, aviation, and maritime sectors and is a truly global challenge.  But the prize also creates opportunities to improve air quality, reduce GHG emissions, and mobility benefits for the consumer.

In this webinar, our esteemed panel discussed 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.


– Mark Richards, Partner, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP (Moderator)
– Bob Moran, Deputy Director, Head of Environment Strategy, Department for Transport, UK
– Gayatri (Guy) Desai, Managing Director, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, London
– Graeme Cooper, Head Future Markets – Transport Decarbonisation, National Grid
– Maria Bengtsson, Partner, Valuation, Modelling and Economics, EY
– Frank Thorpe, Managing Director, BYD (UK) Co Ltd

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

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