Venue
One Raffles Quay, #28-01 North Tower, Singapore 048583

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Event Date Wed May 11 +08 (12 days ago)
In your timezone (EDT): Tue May 10 12:00pm - Tue May 10 12:00pm
Location One Raffles Quay, #28-01 North Tower, Singapore 048583
Region All
Details

In November 2021, global leaders met at COP26 to take decisive action towards reducing the impact of climate change by accelerating decarbonization and mitigating greenhouse emissions to drive the transition to a net zero economy. It was agreed that collaboration between governments and businesses to change energy, industrial, economic and community systems is required to achieve these targets.

This collective goal is shared in APAC, although different energy demands and the socio-economic condition within the region can create a balancing act between achieving economic growth and climate goals. In 2020, 52% of global CO2 energy related emissions in 2020 coming from this region so there is clearly work to be done to drive change. How is APAC progressing on this journey and what can be done to support decarbonization in the region?

On the agenda:
• The state of play – overview of the regulatory landscape and current decarbonization efforts.
• Why Carbon? Key themes driving growth in the market.
• The evolution of the carbon markets - Lessons for APAC from ETS in the EU and US.
• Green financing trends – how to further mobilize capital.

Speakers

2022 Speakers

Vernice Moh
Managing Director, Data & Analytics Division, LSEG

Andrea Stone
Group Head, Data & Analytics Division LSEG

Hege Fjellheim
Director of Carbon Research, Refinitiv, an LSEG Business

Felicia Shaw
Innovation Lead, LSEG Labs

Mikkel Larsen
CEO, Climate Impact X (CIX)

Neil Pabari
Global Head of Focused Markets, Refinitiv, an LSEG Business

Daniel Stanton
Editor, IFR Asia

Sponsors & Partners

2022 Partners

• Climate Impact x
• Financial Markets Association of Singapore