Connecting leaders in policy, finance and innovation to drive the UK’s net zero transition

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Hours of Content

Hours of Content

London Climate Action Week’s largest multi-stakeholder event.

The Climate Innovation Forum returned for a third year as an online event during London Climate Action Week to build critical momentum ahead of COP26.

The 3-day agenda focused on the UK’s Ten Point Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution – exploring how we can build back better, support green jobs, and accelerate our path to net zero – whilst harnessing the power of London for global climate action.

The Forum also included a critical focus on air pollution and air quality in cities, in partnership with the UN BreatheLife Campaign.

All 3 days of the event have been made available to watch on demand.


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Featured Speakers

Reviewing the UK’s progress in reaching net zero and opportunities presented by the UK’s 10-Point Plan.

The Forum will reviewed London and the UK’s progress in reaching net zero, the successes and opportunities presented by the UK’s 10-Point Plan.

Plenary sessions: Keynote presentations, fireside chats and high-level panel debates focusing on the UK’s net zero strategy. Speakers will discuss how the UK could lead the global green economy, what must be achieved in the short term, and why public-private partnerships driven by business innovation will be crucial to achieve the government’s Ten Point Plan for a Green Industrial Revolution.

Industry tracks: split into concurrent deep dive industry tracks with climate leader interviews and panel debates. Explore the policy mechanisms, technologies, business innovations and financing structures needed to accelerate the UK’s path to net zero.


Breathing Space

The 2021 Forum will included a critical focus on air pollution and air quality in cities, in partnership with the UN BreatheLife Campaign – a global campaign protecting our health and our planet from the effects of air pollution. London is the world’s first mega city to target the WHO’s air quality guidelines and Mayor Sadiq Khan has committed to doubling spend on air quality initiatives over the next five years. The Forum’s daily, hour-long sessions will focus on London’s progress in meeting these targets, and share success stories from other cities including monitoring, technological solutions and effective public policies.
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Industry Tracks

Will the new energy roadmap create a decisive and permanent shift away from fossil fuels? Does the 10-Point Plan support innovation in the energy sector and encourage greater public-private innovation? Put your questions/thoughts to the speakers.

The 10-Point Plan and the Treasury seem to recognise the role of financial institutions in steering the country towards a green recovery and to prioritise green growth. Do these commitments go far enough to support, finance and fund the transition to a net zero economy?

Explore how greater public-private cooperation and new financing mechanisms can be reinvigorated and reinvented to catalyse change in our housing and commercial building stock to contribute to the UK’s Net Zero transition under the Prime Minister’s 10-Point Plan.

Multi-modal synergies and systematic cross-sector collaboration can accelerate the drive toward a net zero transport network. This Track is designed to strengthen cross-sector partnerships to co-design, build and finance transportation infrastructure fit for the future.

Examine ways in which we can rebalance the books between ecology and the economy, identifying nature-based recovery pathways that will boost biodiversity, create green jobs, educate future generations and inject the green recovery efforts with natural stimulus.

The £171 Million Industrial Decarbonisation Fund will be of particular interest to local and regional governments, industrial stakeholders, and investors alike. Discover how best to utilise these new funds, will it be enough to lead the race to a hydrogen-based economy?