in business, policy and finance to drive net zero innovation and growth
The Climate Innovation Forum returns for the fifth year as a flagship event of London Climate Action Week. Taking place on Wednesday 28 June in Guildhall – at the heart of London’s finance district – the event will bring together 700 senior public and private sector decision makers to help turbocharge our transition to net zero.
Organised by Climate Action, will bring together policy makers, investors, climate-tech solution providers, business leaders and innovation catalysers to help achieve our net zero ambitions regionally, nationally and globally, whilst maximising the role of innovation in delivering net zero growth opportunities.
Climate Innovation Forum 2023 will tackle the crucial topics facing our community through panel debates, keynotes
and fireside chats.
Unleashing the potential of net zero
How can the UK seize the opportunities?
Catalysing local action
How can we unlock the net zero ambition of cities and regions?
The clean energy opportunity
How can the UK capitalise on the clean energy transition?
How can we leverage the innovation and skills of the UK’s financial services sector?
Decarbonising heavy industry
Are we matching ambition with action?
Clean tech commercialisation Scaling up innovation to drive down emissions.
“The sooner we begin to get our corporations
to come together the faster we’re going to stand the chance of meeting this challenge…“
John Kerry, Special Presidential Envoy for Climate, US Department of State
“Events like this are so helpful. Many people are unsure how to engage, so they really benefit from events like this where they can meet people like us, who are just getting on with it and have solutions that are deployable today.”
Toddington Harper, CEO, Gridserve
“I did seven panels during London Climate Action Week 2021, the two I did for Climate Action’s Climate Innovation Forum were definitely the most professional and impactful.”
Ingrid Holmes, Executive Director, Green Finance Institute
“Net zero isn’t about withdrawing from the economy, but it’s actually more about engaging with the economy We’re not going to shrink ourselves to net zero, we need to invest and grow ourselves to net zero.”
Mark Carney, The Prime Minister’s Finance Advisor for Climate COP26