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Session  1

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Turning vision into action:
next steps in tackling the climate crisis’

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Join us as we discuss how we can improve cross-sector collaboration, bolster climate investment and better prepare the climate leaders of tomorrow.

Session  2

About

The CGLN are delighted to be partnering with The Conduit for a morning of engaging and thought-provoking discussion in conjunction with Climate Week NYC.

Join us between 9:30am and 1pm on 20th September for ‘Turning vision into action: next steps in tackling the climate crisis’ where we will bring together expert speakers from policy, academia, finance and industry to address how we can pave the way to a sustainable future.

We’ll focus on how greater cross-sectoral collaboration can drive innovation and accelerate the transition to a low-carbon economy.

 

Then we will delve into how we can bolster investment and mobilize financial resources to support climate projects.

 

Finally, we will explore how we are ensuring that the next generation is equipped with the knowledge and skills needed to become leaders in a green world.

All the conversations will be youth-led, with each panel of experts being moderated by a member of the CGLN’s youth advisory council. With speakers lined up from The London Stock Exchange, BASF, CDP, Citibank and beyond, it’s shaping up to be an excellent event.

Both the CGLN and The Conduit are working to turn vision into action by connecting leading voices to tackle challenges. Don’t miss the opportunity to join the conversation and be part of the solution.

Spaces are limited and will be reserved on a first come first serve basis – so register today!

In-Person Registration 

Thank you for registering to attend 'Turning Vision into Action', the CGLN team will be in touch to confirm your place. 

In Person

Virtual Events

Click on the titles of the virtual events listed below to register your interest.

Virual Events

Sustainable Intensification: an oxymoron?

18th September: 6pm BST

In an era where the need to feed a growing global population intersects with pressing environmental concerns, the concept of sustainable intensification has emerged as a potential solution. This panel aims to delve into diverse perspectives on this term and explore the challenges and opportunities of achieving a practical balance between productivity and sustainability.

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Promoting Business linkage across  manufacturing

21st September: 4pm BST

This session will look at how the promotion of business linkage across the manufacturing sector is essential in fostering climate resilience and sustainable value chains, and that by integrating eco-friendly practices and collaborative efforts among manufacturing enterprises, the industry can contribute significantly to a greener future.

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Critical Mineral Supply Chains and the Circular Economy

19th September: 1pm BST

In this session we’ll delve into the interconnection between critical mineral supply chains and the circular economy at the systemic level and the role of collaboration among stakeholders to enable sustainable development.

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De-politicising decarbonisation of transport

22nd September: 3pm BST

In this session we’ll discuss the reality of target-setting and the challenges associated with meeting these in the transport sector.

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Innovative Ventures and Climate Change

21st September: 11am BST

In this session we will explore how startups are shaping the landscape of climate solutions and how these trailblazers are overcoming the unique challenges posed by the evolving climate crisis.

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Voluntary carbon markets

21st September: 12pm BST

This session will explore what is the role of voluntary carbon markets in meeting climate targets and promoting nature-based solutions? And can VCM help channel and scale climate finance to deliver nature conservation and protect biodiversity?

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