21-24 March | Virtual & London

Four months on from COP26, the seventh edition of Economist Impact’s Sustainability Week will examine how existing policy and regulatory frameworks have addressed climate change, and the progress made so far on emission-reduction commitments. Bringing together industry leaders, policymakers, entrepreneurs and researchers from around the world, the event will assess how society can take a more holistic approach to sustainability in order to achieve targets and deliver significant impact.

Mark Campanale, Founder & Executive Chairman will be participating in the panel discussion: Green finance—Where will the best returns come from? This session on 22nd March will explore:

  • How is the green transition presenting the financial sector with new opportunities—and presenting new challenges?
  • How are business models shifting?

Catharina Hillenbrand von der Neyen, Head of Research, will also be participating in the panel: Future grids— Can storage enable renewables? on the 24th of March. This session will explore the following questions:

  • What does the future of power storage look like? How can sustained renewable power be delivered?
  • What are grids doing to manage the power demands of an ever growing population?
  • What can be scaled up?

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Mark Campanale, shared his thoughts on the promise of blue carbon, the power of energy efficiency, the importance of a fossil fuel non-proliferation treaty and more. Watch here.

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