7 December | Madrid 

To shift from incremental improvements to transformational changes in climate actions, financiers should be incentivised to conduct green investments. This requires the measurement and attribution of their scope 3 climate contribution, a complex task that raises several new and challenging issues.

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The side event will also be live-streamed here: https://join-emea.broadcast.skype.com/unfccc365.onmicrosoft.com/a8ceb99b4bef44c1a7721b0687773343/en-US/.

Introduction of the subject: Massamba Thioye, Manager of Regulatory Development Unit, United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).

Session 1 

Measurement of financier’s contribution to the climate goals

Moderator: Kirsten Dunlop, CEO, Climate-KIC


  • Nancy Saich, Senior Technical Adviser, European Investment Bank (EIB)
  • Mike Knight, Senior Adviser, Carbon Tracker
  • Simon Messenger, Director, 2 Degrees Investing Initiative
  • Simon Connell, Head of Sustainability Strategy, Standard Chartered Bank

Session 2 

How Green Bonds could best support the Paris Agreement

Moderator: Sue Reid, Vice-President of Climate and Energy, Ceres


  • Carel Cronenberg, Associate Director, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)
  • Sean Kidney, CEO, Climate Bonds Initiative (CBI)
  • Dennis Pamlin, Senior Advisor, Research Institute of Sweden (RISE)
  • Beth Burks, ESG Associate Director, S&P Global Rating

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