10 December 2015
French Pavilion, Le Bourget Site, Blue Zone
Organizers: I4CE & French Presidential Commission on Innovative Climate Finance
Discussion of the 10 recommendations of the Canfin-Grandjean Report to the President of the French Republic on how to mobilize public and private funding for climate action and how to advance this agenda in key forums (G7, G20, IMF, OECD) and with actors such as development finance institutions and central banks. The presentation of the 10 recommendations will be followed by a round table on progress made and next steps for 2016.
The full report of the Commission can be found on the I4CE website here: http://www.i4ce.org/download/9620/
Introduction: Presentation of findings of report
Mr Pascal Canfin, Co-President, French Presidential Commission on Innovative Climate Finance
Round table: In 2015 the roadmap has been drawn – in 2016 will we stay the course?
Moderator: Ian Cochran, I4CE
- Mr Mark Campanale, Founder & Executive Director, Carbon Track Initiative
- Mr Hervé Guez, Directeur de la recherche, Mirova
- Mr Nick Robins, Co-Director, UNEP Inquiry
- Mr Ubaldo Elizondo, Principal, Environment and Climate Change, CAF
Ms Gabriela Ramos, OECD Chief of Staff and Sherpa to the G20 (to be confirmed)
For more information, please visit I4CE website.
COP accreditation required.