Connecting leaders in business, policy and finance to drive net zero innovation

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28 June 2022 | In-Person & On-Demand | QEII Centre, London, UK

On-Demand Global Views
3,000

On-Demand Global Views

Qualified In-Person Delegates
700

Qualified In-Person Delegates

Influential Speakers
45+

Influential Speakers

Full day of in-person networking
1

Full day of in-person networking

Innovation. Collaboration. Action.

Returning for the fourth year, the Climate Innovation Forum is a flagship event of London Climate Action Week, bringing together senior public and private sector decision makers to accelerate the delivery of net zero commitments. The event – with an in-person audience of 700 and 3,000 on-demand global views – will be a critical touchpoint between COP26 and COP27.

The Forum will look at core pathways to net zero and the delivery of the Glasgow Breakthroughs, shining a spotlight on the urgency of innovation.

Bringing together policy-makers, investors, climate-tech solution providers, business leaders and multilateral organisations, the action-orientated event will showcase what’s actually working to close the gap between ambition and action – exploring the creation and adoption of innovative technologies, processes and business models to reach net zero at the scale and pace needed.

Join us at the Climate Innovation Forum to be inspired, to drumbeat, to connect and to do business. Be part of the action!

Event Aims & Overview:


The Forum will be a critical touchpoint between COP26 and COP27, reflecting on the promises made at COP26 and the importance of the Glasgow Breakthroughs across power, road transport, hydrogen, steel, and agriculture sectors. The Forum will be an action orientated event to showcase innovation and finance solutions that are closing the gap between ambition and action, within cities and across supply chains.

  • Connect climate tech and low carbon solution providers with public and private sector organisations striving to achieve net zero targets
  • Drumbeat successes: to highlight what’s actually working to close the gap between ambition and action
  • Identify key investment and business opportunities around the Glasgow Breakthrough Agenda.
  • Maintain momentum between COP26 and COP27
  • Showcase innovation from the UK’s leading climate start-ups and scale-ups
  • Promote effective policy at local, regional and national level to advance, accelerate and scale low carbon projects and innovations.

 

 

Key Themes


Innovation for the Glasgow Breakthrough Agenda

Financing Net Zero

Catalysing Innovation

Decarbonising Supply Chains

Digitisation for Net Zero

Net Zero Cities

Innovation for 1.5 Degrees

Speakers


Attended by the world's leading organisations


"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
"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 COP26
"I do believe there has been a fundamental change in the last 12 to 18 months, and now we've got to turn that passion, that hope, into tangible action."
Noel Quinn, Group Chief Executive, HSBC