Date: 25 - 27th October 2021
A key factor in accelerating the shift to a resilient net zero economy is making sure that the transition is fair and inclusive, one that delivers decent work, cuts inequality and eradicates poverty. This is the agenda of the just transition, an imperative included in the Paris Agreement, and one which is gaining increasing attention by governments, business and trade unions and civil society, as vital to achieving climate success. The financial sector is also recognising the key role it can play to support the just transition, whether as banks, investors or development finance institutions.
The aim of the Just Zero conference is to bring together some of the key activities that are underway to mobilise the financial sector in support of a just transition and build a momentum for change heading into the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow.
This Conference is organised by the Grantham Research Institute at the London School of Economics with the Initiative for Responsible Investment, Center for Public Leadership, at the Harvard Kennedy School; the PRI and the International Trade Union Confederation.
|25th | 12:00-13:00||Session 1. The Just Transition Leadership Agenda for Finance|
|25th | 16:00-17:00||Session 2. Engaging for Change: Shareholders, Business & the Just Transition|
|26th | 12:00-13:30||Session 3. Financing the Just Transition in Emerging Markets|
|26th | 16:00-17:00||Session 4. Voice & Place: Worker & Community Perspectives on Financing the Just Transition|
|27th | 15:00-16:30||Session 5. Financing a Just Transition Alliance UK: Report Launch|
|27th | 17:00-18:00||Session 6. Finance, the Just Transition & COP26: Key Messages|
Grantham Research Institute | Gri@lse.ac.uk