The Road to a Green Recovery
How will we deliver a net zero carbon economy?
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While it is evident that responding to the current health emergency is of utmost importance, these efforts will inevitably be met by catastrophic repercussions if we do not immediately link them to another emergency: the climate emergency.
As we endeavour to respond and to combat the effects of climate change, the conversation no longer revolves around whether or not we should transition towards a net zero carbon economy, but rather how we are going to do so. With over 1,700 jurisdictions across 30 countries declaring a climate emergency and 631 institutional investors with $37 trillion in assets calling for government leaders to accelerate efforts, we have an opportunity to catch the net zero wave now.
This paper discusses the outcomes from a trio of cross-industry, solutions-focused interviews that looked to determine the resources required to effectively deliver a green recovery by closing existing gaps and determining how best to overcome them in the current health crisis and beyond.
What are the main barriers stopping us from delivering a successful energy transition?
Does this represent the greatest economic transformation of all time?
Many of the solutions exist, so how do we speed up & scale up deployment?
Mark Chadwick – Managing Director UK & Ireland, ENGIE Impact
Green Finance Capital
With the speed at which Green Finance is growing, will it soon become mainstream finance?
Do we need to think less about what we can deploy and more about what is already around us?
Can we produce hydrogen in much larger more sustainable quantities?
Will purpose-driven professionals spark the rise of purpose driven companies?
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