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Accelerating Corporate Climate Action
In this practical discussion we will hear from business leaders about how climate change is impacting their corporate priorities, approaches to capital allocation and major project decisions.

We will be joined by Rain Newton-Smith, Chief Economist of CBI; James Close, Head of Climate Change at NatWest Group; Mark Jankovich, Founder and CEO of Delphis Eco; Paul King, Managing Director of Sustainability and Social Impact of Lendlease Europe; and Simon Reid, ‎Sustainability Manager of ‎Innocent Drinks.

The Goal 13 Impact Platform is an initiative run by the CBI, A4S, Chapter Zero, the Met Office, Dell Technologies and Deloitte. It has been set up to facilitate learning and collaboration between companies as they address the climate crisis. The platform will soon be available to board members to use to better understand how companies are addressing climate change and system transition, and as a mechanism for engaging with their own companies. The subsequent analysis and insights from this repository will be used to power the discussions at COP26, and showcase business activity and contributions in the climate action space.

This webinar is in collaboration with Chapter Zero, the Directors' Climate Forum.

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Mar 11, 2021 08:30 AM in London

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