FT Sessions @COP
Hosted to coincide and complement the main agenda of COP28, FT at COP will host debates and discussions that will evaluate and reflect on negotiations, announcements and agreements taking place during COP28.
The agenda will be led and moderated by the FT's leading journalists on climate and ESG that have built the FT’s Climate Capital Hub and Moral Money Newsletter.
Topics will mirror the key focus areas of COP: Finance, Energy, Youth and Public Empowerment, Nature, Adaptation, Loss & Damage, Gender, Transport & Industries.
FT x COP27 events in Sharm El-Sheikh
9 November | 4pm - 6pm EET | Mövenpick Resort, Sharm El Sheikh
Climate Capital At COP: Using Tech and Digital Tools to Achieve Net-Zero
The Financial Times, in partnership with Boston Consulting Group, was delighted to host this opportunity for an exclusive group of business leaders who are looking to harness technological innovations to track, reduce and measure their emissions.
9 November | 5:30pm - 8pm EET | Four Seasons, Sharm-El Sheikh
Rewiring the Global Economy to Deliver A Net-Zero Economy
The Financial Times, in partnership with HSBC, was delighted to host this opportunity for an exclusive group of policymakers, business leaders and selected NGOs to come together to discuss how the global economy can be rewired to a net-zero economy.
9 November | 3pm - 3:45pm EET | Hosted in the Blue Zone of COP27 and live streamed to the COP27 main website
Will Climate Tech Save the Planet?
Despite the climate crisis accelerating, technologists believe cutting-edge solutions can save our planet. But will climate tech be able to scale up fast enough to offer real change, or is it just a diversion from real climate solutions?
FT columnist and climate journalist Pilita Clark will be joined by Mark Campanale, Founder & Executive Chairman, Carbon Tracker, Cornelius Pieper, Managing Director and Senior Partner, Boston Consulting Group, and Andrew Forrest, Founder & Executive Chairman, Fortescue Metals Group.
2 November 2022 - on-demand
Farm-Centric Food Systems
This digital dialogue, in partnership with Bayer, brought food processors, retailers, sustainability-focused NGOs, and other key players together to look at the smart, collaborative, and scalable approaches already being implemented by young farmers and their partners to help address some of the biggest challenges of sustainable food production.
The conversation centred on the crucial steps to transition identified by the European Council of Young Farmers, zeroing in on the priorities identified for the next decade, and what their partners from around the agri-food ecosystem can do to help achieve them.
9 November 2022 - on-demand
From Egypt to the World: Financing the Net-zero Transition
Facing headwinds including an energy crisis, war in Europe, and inflation - how can actions at a national and global level address the climate crisis through financing a resilient, affordable and orderly net zero transition?
The Financial Times, in partnership with HSBC, was delighted to host this webinar that looked at how we can rewire the global economy and deliver the US$120trillion of investment required to reach net zero by 2050.
11 November 2022 - on-demand
The Next Chapter of Corporate Climate Action
The Financial Times, in partnership with Accenture, was delighted to host this insightful panel to explore progress and pitfalls companies are experiencing, and the opportunities they are unlocking on their journeys to next zero.
We heard from industry leaders and sustainability experts on best practices in setting and delivering net zero strategies, and the multiple decarbonisation levers companies can lean on to reach their goal faster, and with higher impact.
16 November 2022 - on-demand
What is the Smartest Way Out of the Energy Crisis?
Against a backdrop of soaring energy prices and a summer of extreme heat, drought and wildfires, urgent action is needed to remedy the energy crisis and prevent climate catastrophe.
This digital dialogue, hosted by the Financial Times in partnership with Patagonia, explored the actions that leaders must take to accelerate a low carbon, greener future.
29 November 2022 - on-demand
Accelerating the Path to Net Zero
This Financial Times webinar, in collaboration with PwC, traced the contours of the energy transition and the emerging risks and opportunities as the world continues on its post-COP27 path to net zero.
We heard from leading voices from across government, business, finance and civil society on how companies are building reliance while accelerating their race to net zero.
6 December 2022 - on-demand
Advancing Sustainability in the Service Sector
This webinar, presented by the Financial Times in partnership with Infosys, brought together key thought leaders from across the service sector to discuss how best to deliver swiftly on climate commitments, determining the innovations, structures and investment needed to make change happen.
14 December 2022 - on-demand
Expanding the Climate Investor's Toolkit
This digital dialogue, held in partnership with Nikkei and Wilshire, provided a post-COP27 review of how companies and investors are tracking on their individual and collective endeavours to reach net zero.
We explored how tools, metrics and measures are evolving to ensure the momentum towards 1.5 is maintained and strengthened.
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