Thank you to the partners, sponsors and attendees for making Climate Investment Summit 2021 such a success
Climate Investment Summit was held on September 7-8 as an in-person and digital event in Copenhagen, Denmark. It welcomed over 200 in-person delegates and over 2400 registered digital delegates, to listen to key announcements on climate finance, connect with other vital stakeholders supporting climate action by 2030 and the net-zero transition.
Climate Investment Summit is a leading summit aimed at increasing investments in climate and green recovery - built on the experience of practitioners, best practice business models and cross-sector collaboration.
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Addressing the climate crisis will require bold, comprehensive solutions, cross-sector collaboration and major private sector investment. The climate crisis is not coming – it’s already here. If we have any hope of saving our planet, we must accelerate our transition to a clean energy economy now. The Climate Investment Summit provides global leaders the opportunity to share knowledge and collaborate on developing the solutions necessary to tackle this crisis.
Tom Steyer, California Business Leader; Philanthropist and Clean Energy Advocate; Former 2020 Presidential Candidate
Dan Jørgensen, Minister of Climate, Energy and Utilities in Denmark
"The political response to the economic crisis caused by the COVID-19 pandemic must reap the synergies between job creation and climate action. Huge amounts of money will be mobilised to boost our economies, and we must seize that as an opportunity to tip the scales from black to green. Institutional investors will play a key role in making the recovery a green one"
“This year’s Climate Investment Summit is particularly important, as a milestone before COP26 where climate finance is one of the main topics. Tackling climate and the momentum challenges is an urgent global need and in Europe, with our green deal, we are putting sustainability and green transition at the heart of the economic growth. With this we want to be a role model to the world.”
Kadri Simson, Commissioner for Energy, European Commission