Engagement and Divestment. How can we empower investors to shift capital flows from the high risk fossil fuel production?

CTI positions itself in the wider context of the Divest/Invest debate, presenting an overview of our research and advocacy path.

This public discussion addressed civil society, NGOs, foundations, media as well as investors and policy-makers.


Event Agenda:

9.00am / 9.30

Registration and breakfast buffet



Opening Keynote

Jeremy Leggett, Non-executive Chairman at CTI & Founder and Non-executive Chairman at Solarcentury


1st Panel // The Divestment approach. When is it feasible?



Eric Roston, Sustainability Editor at Bloomberg


Nathaniel Bullard, Content Director at Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF)

Joanna Messing, Executive Director at Growald Family Fund 

Jay Carmona, Community Divestment Campaign Manager at 350.org

Andy Behar, CEO at As You Sow

Mary Anne Hitt, Director, Beyond Coal Campaign at Sierra Club 

Q&A audience


Coffee Break



2nd Panel // The Engagement Approach. How to make it effective?


Moderator: Ed Crooks, US Industry and Energy Editor at Financial Times

Marisa Buchanan, VP, Director, Environmental Affairs at JPMorgan Chase

Mark Campanale, Founder and Executive Director at Carbon Tracker Initiative (CTI)

Tim Buckley, Director of Energy Resource Studies, Australasia at the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA)

Mark Fulton, Founder and Director at Energy Transition Advisors (ETA), Advisor to Carbon Tracker Initiative (CTI)

Q&A audience


Closing speech


Anthony Hobley, CEO at Carbon Tracker Initiative (CTI)