Returning for the fourth year, the Climate Innovation Forum will bring together 700 climate leaders, pioneers and practitioners at the QEII Centre in Westminster, London, as a critical touchpoint between COP26 and COP27.
The high-level Forum will look at core pathways to net zero and the delivery of the Glasgow Breakthroughs, shining a spotlight on the urgency of innovation. The action-orientated event will explore what’s actually working to close the gap between ambition and action – showcasing the creation and adoption of innovative technologies, processes and business models to reach net zero at the scale and pace needed.
With a mixture of keynote addresses, panel discussions, live Q&A sessions, innovation spotlights, peer-to-peer industry roundtables and an Innovation Pavilion along with multiple networking opportunities, the one-day Forum is a must-attend event for sustainability professionals leading their organisation’s net zero transition.
How to Register:
You can join the Forum in-person by applying for one of CMIA’s 10 complimentary passes by contacting Rachel Cooper at [email protected]. Free tickets will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Additional places are available with a 30% discount: please use code Partner30.
Featured speakers include:
– Rt Hon Greg Hands MP, Minister of State for Business, Energy and Clean Growth, UK Government
– Deborah Meaden Business leader, investor, TV personality and host of The Big Green Money Show BBC Radio 5 Live
– Ovais Sarmad, Deputy Executive Secretary, UNFCCC
– Dr Mahmoud Mohieldin, UN Climate Change High-Level Champions
– Chris Grigg, Chair, UK Infrastructure Bank
– Ingrid Holmes, Executive Director, Green Finance Institute
– Anna Turrell, Head of Environment, Tesco Plc
– Nancy Hobhouse, Head of ESG, Evri
– Lilli Matson, Chief Safety, Health and Environment Officer, Transport for London
– Dr. Dolf Gielen, Director, International Renewable Energy Agency (International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)) Innovation and Technology Center