Climate Innovation Forum 2022

19th June 2022 by Charlotte Nightingale

Climate Markets and Investment Association (CMIA) are pleased to partner with Climate Action for the Climate Innovation Forum 2022 during London Climate Action Week.

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