Industry accounts for roughly 30% of global CO2 emissions and as demand for products including steel, cement, chemicals and precious metals is set to increase, industrial actors will have to cut emissions sharply in order to achieve the 1.5-degree scenario.
The Industry Transition Summit aims to bring together key players in industry and hard to abate sectors to further drive decarbonisation through policy and regulation, to innovation, technology and investment.
Technologies including hydrogen, electrification, biomass and digitalisation will be critical to transitioning heavy industry. Whilst it is clear that the responsibility to decarbonise industry lies with both the public and private sectors and the funding will have to come from both, it is unclear who will act first.
The Summits bring together key stakeholders driving sustainable and net-zero transition from policy and regulation to innovation, technology and investment. This is the ideal platform for investors, project developers, policy makers and innovators to share insights and expertise on key transition trends and opportunities.
These are highly sophisticated, 4-session events hosted on a professional virtual platform designed for our audience to network, connect and explore new opportunities within these specific sector transitions.
As 2021 continues, so does our journey to COP26 with a focus on high-level discussion, debate, roundtables and digital event series hosted as part of Climate Action’s Roadmap to COP26.
This platform is designed to help organisations meet, connect and engage with the right stakeholders and targeted audience groups throughout 2021.