IETA Supported events
A defining business and sustainability challenge of the 21st Century will revolve around the ingenuity of industry, governments, cities and communities to finance new, advanced, and resilient infrastructure promoting a low environmental and carbon impact for sustained, equitable, and diversified economic growth. Addressing that challenge will require a huge influx of capital utilizing new investment sources, modalities and mechanisms. GLOBE Capital 2017 is a new event offered by GLOBE Series that engages and empowers economic leaders to shape Financing the 21st Century through future-oriented, environmental-value generating and innovation-focused idea exchanges and interactions.
Date: April 4-5, 2017
Hosted by: Globe Series
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Date: 19-21, April 2017
San Francisco, California, USA
Hosted by: Climate Action Reserve
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Ontario Cap and Trade Forum
IETA is speaking at and supporting an important industry event that will bring together companies, government representatives, and carbon market experts to discuss compliance strategies and challenges under Ontario's cap and trade. The Ontario Cap and Trade Forum, April 26-27, Allstream Centre, Toronto, will offer mandatory participants timely and business-critical information for navigating market uncertainties and developing successful carbon strategies for the province.
Enter the code "ieta20" on the event registration page to receive 20% off registration. Early bird pricing ends February 28th.
Katie Sullivan, Managing Director, IETA will be presenting at the Forum which addresses key program concerns for mandatory participants and outlines best practices for managing carbon exposure, trading, and offsets with experienced insight from Quebec and California market participants.
Organized by Canadian Clean Energy Conferences, the agenda features 50+ speakers from industry, government and finance including senior representatives from Essar Steel Algoma, ArcelorMittal Dofasco, Enbridge, Cascades, Gerdau, Union Gas, PG&E, ConAgra Foods, Gaz Metro, Suncor, Glencore, Lafarge, Goldcorp, Ontario Ministry of Environment and Climate Change, International Emissions Trading Association, the Pembina Institute, ClearBlue Markets, and RBC Capital Markets.
Over the past few months, emissions trading systems (ETS) around the world have experienced significant volatility. The reform of the EU ETS Post-2020 is taking shape, the UK is taking its first steps towards Brexit and high-stakes elections in the Netherlands, France and Germany could change the course of the bloc in the year to come. At the same time, carbon markets in the west and east are growing: In North America a new cap and trade scheme has started in Ontario, and in Asia, China is committed to the launch of its national ETS later this year.
Join ICIS analysts for this two-day event as they provide an update on the state of play in key emissions trading schemes around the globe. They will explain recent developments and give their outlook on how regulation and markets are expected to develop.Date: May 9-10, 2017
Grand Salon, Dominican Hotel, Brussels
Organized by: ICIS, part of Reed Business Information
The FT Climate Finance Summit: Scaling up Finance for Climate Action will explore the vital role of international finance in global efforts to combat climate change, as well as the risks and opportunities for businesses, financial markets and investors in the new climate economy.
A ‘quiet revolution’ is already underway - the value of capital being committed to green infrastructure investments is growing, and innovations such as green bonds and internal carbon pricing are becoming part of companies’ financing tool kit. Yet despite these efforts, climate finance remains marginal to international capital flows and inadequate for global needs.
Join a senior audience of leading green financiers, corporate decision makers, policy makers and investors to gain the bigger picture of how the full potential of the world’s capital markets can be scaled up for climate action.
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Date: May 23, 2017
Organised by: The Financial Times
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16th Responsible Business Summit Europe 2017
IETA/ICROA will be speaking in the workshop “Clean Energy Future: Carbon emissions – transitioning to net zero” at Ethical Corporation's Responsible Business Summit Europe (London, 7-8 June 2017).
It is Europe’s leading business conference focusing on the latest in sustainability, communications and governance. The 2017 event is bringing 500+ innovative and inspiring companies in responsible business to London, with a focus on ‘Social Purpose and quantified Impact’.
As a supporting partner, all IETA/ICROA members are eligible for a £200 discount on the price of a pass to the summit. Please contact ICROA Programme Director Simon Henry for details of how to claim this discount.