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Climate Change Summit


Where: Webinar - Link will be shared with registered delegates

Registration: 10:25

Event registration closed

Price: Free

This event will be delivered as a live webinar. Bookings close at 17:00 on Tuesday 7 June 2022.

A year on from the ABI’s first Climate Summit, where we launched an industry wide Roadmap, this event will be an opportunity to review progress on the commitments the sector has made, refresh our approach in light of the significant regulatory and policy developments at COP26 and refocus our efforts in addressing the biggest challenges.

The event will showcase the progress our sector is making and attendees will hear from the industry leaders who are driving the sector’s commitments on climate change. It will also consider the ever-growing raft of reporting and risk management expectations on firms, with attendees able to question the senior policymakers and regulators taking forward the UK’s Greening Finance strategy.

In addition, as we did in the first summit, we will ensure we bring in outside voices to provide inspiration about why reaching Net Zero is so important and, where necessary, to challenge us on areas where commitments and actions need to be stronger to cope with such a major threat to society.

The agenda will focus in particular on

  • how we move from analysing data to practical actions
  • how we evolve our work to go beyond emissions reduction to protecting ecosystems and biodiversity
  • how we align climate action with social impact

Conference chair: 

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Maryam Moshiri, Chief News Presenter, BBC News

Other speakers include:

What will delegates learn?

By the end of this event, delegates will be able to...

  • Describe how key external stakeholders and climate experts see the industry’s efforts and where their expectations are likely to grow or change
  • Understand how the fast-moving policy and compliance agenda will impact their businesses
  • Benchmark their own businesses’ efforts against the progress that has been made in the last year and where action is still needed

Event registration closed