The future is now - BNP Paribas CIB
 
Friday 04 January 2019

The next 10 years will be crucial in determining climate change impacts on economies and societies.


At the 2018 Sustainable Future Forum in Paris, Sir David King - former Special Representative for Climate Change UK Government - opened a keynote on the importance of managing climate risk, and how consensus is required to catalyse the energy transition.

Joined by experts from the banking, industry and energy sector, the panel on energy transition focussed on the enabling role finance could play in moving towards a low carbon economy. This featured a discussion on various themes including effective carbon pricing and sustainable business models.


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