25 October | Online

In the lead up to this year’s COP 26, companies, investors, and financial institutions around the world are engaged in discussion on how to assess corporate alignment with the Paris Agreement.

On October 25, CCSI and the Columbia Climate School will host a virtual, global conference, supported by Iberdrola, focused on corporate alignment with the Paris Agreement.

Barbara Davidson, Senior Analyst from Carbon Tracker will be participating in the panel: Challenges and Risks of Diverse Carbon Accounting Methods

Speakers include:

  • Martin Dietrich Brauch, Senior Legal and Economics Researcher, CCSI
  • Barbara Davidson, Senior Analyst, Carbon Tracker
  • Suzanne Greene, Global Procurement Sustainability and Advocacy Leader, DOW
  • Samuel Keuls, Lawyer, Paulussen Advocaten
  • Moderator: Michael Burger, Executive Director, Sabin Center for Climate Change Law and Senior Research Scholar, Columbia Law School

Henrik Jeppesen, Head of Investor Outreach, North America from Carbon Tracker will also be joining the panel on Climate Finance: Opportunities and Hurdles at 12:30pm – 2:00pm. This final panel will focus on the state of climate finance, assessing hurdles and opportunities toward alignment with the objectives of the UNFCCC and the Paris Agreement.

Speakers include:

  • Henrik Jeppesen, Head of Investor Outreach, North America, Carbon Tracker
  • Shawn Keegan, Senior Vice President-Portfolio Manager, Alliance Bernstein
  • Morgan LaManna, Senior Manager for Investor Engagements, Ceres
  • Laura Segafredo, Vice President, Responsible Investing Group in Global Fixed Income, BlackRock
  • Aniket Shah, Managing Director and Global Head of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) and Sustainable Research, Jefferies Group LLC
  • Moderator: Clare Hierons, Senior Programme Manager Finance & Capital Market Transformation, Laudes Foundation

For more information on the event, including the full agenda and link to register, visit our website: https://bit.ly/2ZW3YCm

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