Date: 13 March 2024
Duration: 2 days
Location: London, United Kingdom
Cost: £ 219 - £ 1919
Organiser: Financial Times
With 92% of the world economy now subject to 2030 net-zero targets, the pressure is now on governments and businesses to turn these pledges into concerted action. Bringing about an immediate and sustained reduction in global emissions will require further radical and co-ordinated action around policy changes, business strategies and innovative financing. This may involve more up-front costs to businesses and governments but also presents an opportunity to capitalise on the wide-ranging benefits of a greener economy. How can CEOs, policymakers and investors overcome these complex challenges and trade-offs to implement tangible change and build a climate-resilient future?
The Financial Times’ Climate Capital Live 2024 will once again provide a unique forum for climate leaders, politicians, CEOs and financiers to come together and discuss how their organisation can move from commitment to implementation on net zero targets. Through the expert moderation of the FT’s most senior journalists, the Summit promises to cut through the jargon and provide insights on how to accelerate climate progress in an increasingly difficult economic environment.