Other Events & Webinars

Other Events & Webinars

This page features a selection of climate-related events and webinars that are being offered by Chapter Zero’s supporters.
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Webinar: Business Breakfast with Greg Jackson, Founder & CEO, Octopus Energy

Part of the Net Zero Sessions
Wednesday, June 3 | 8:30 AM- 9:30 AM (webinar)
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A fireside chat with Greg on Octopus Energy’s journey, their approach to customer engagement and customer service and how they’ve responded to the Covid-19 crisis, followed by roundtable discussions.

Webinar: EU Green deal

Organised by Norton Rose Fulbright
Wednesday, June 3 | 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM BST (webinar)
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The imperative to transition to a low carbon economy whilst promoting growth and economic recovery has never been stronger. The EU Green Deal will play a vital role in delivering these objectives in Europe. In this context, we consider key components of the EU Green Deal, the mechanisms proposed to finance the transition and how the deal will support innovation.

Webinar: Nature on the Board Agenda - Practical actions for boards

Organised by Deloitte
Thursday, June 4 | 8:30 AM – 10:00 AM BST (webinar)
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With increasing recognition of the complex, interdependent nature between business and nature – economy and ecology – governments and standard setters around the world are developing a clearer point of view about this challenge, as it becomes more urgent to take action on ecosystem disruption and reductions in global biomass.

We will be joined by Mardi McBrien, Managing Director of the Climate Disclosure Standards Board, Professor Sir Partha Dasgupta, Chair of the independent global review on the economics of biodiversity, and Sir Roger Gifford, Chair of the Green Finance Institute, and to discuss why ‘nature’ should feature on the board agenda and the practical actions this presents for boards and executive teams. We will also explore the role of finance in moving to a climate resilient economy, whilst enhancing nature considerations into the financial system.

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