The Global Leading
Event for Climate Investments, Green Business Models and Public-Private Partnerships
Climate Investment Summit 2022 is returning for its third edition on 28 June as a flagship event of London Climate Action Week, at a crucial halfway point between a historical COP26 and a pivotal upcoming COP27.
This year’s Summit will take place in-person at the prestigious London Stock Exchange along with a fully digital event.
Climate Investment Summit 2022 will convene the Climate Investment Coalition’s leading network of public and private sector stakeholders in climate finance. It will showcase the international wave of ready-to-invest climate investments, successful investment cases across sectors and geographies and thought leadership on financing the net-zero transition and securing an energy-secure and sustainable world.
Key Strengths of Climate Investment Summit 2022
Network of Over 40 Pension Funds Actively Engaged in Climate Finance
& Climate Finance
Unique Business-Oriented Focus for 2025-2030 Climate Targets
Accelerating Green Investments Globally
Best Practice Green Finance & Investment Models
Creating Impact Through Public-Private Partnerships
London Climate Action Week is about bringing people together to solve big, difficult climate problems, and to E3G nothing is more important than rapidly increasing finance in clean energy and resilience; especially during an energy and food crisis. We are proud to welcome the Climate Investment Summit as an LCAW flagship event showcasing the delivery of promises made at COP26 on scaling-up public-private investment.
Nick Mackey, London Climate Action Week Founder and Chair; CEO of E3G
Convening Ambitious Leaders to Create an International
Wave of Climate Commitments by 2030
With the stage now set for the Climate Investment Coalition’s (CIC) international expansion, London is the perfect platform for CIC’s continued journey and exciting growth with its prestigious heritage as the global centre for green finance and investments.
Engaging panel discussions, high-level keynotes and thought leadership will cover the key working tracks of the Climate Investment Coalition:
Mobilise & Report on Climate Investments Globally
Accelerate the Deployment of Capital by Implementing Best Practice Models and Partnerships for Climate Investments
Stimulate Green Investments in Emerging Markets & Developing Economies
Create Cross-Sector and International Collaboration through Stakeholder Convening
Who you will meet
Climate Investment Summit convenes high-profiled public and private sector stakeholders from its leading international network in climate finance and net-zero transition, such as:
Including investment banks, infrastructure funds and other financial institutions representing public & private finance
Including pension funds, sovereign wealth funds, foundations & other investors
Including project developers, energy companies and utilities & technology providers
Global initiatives & alliances representing public and private interests
From the state, regional and local level & their associated bodies
Chief Responsible Investment Officer, Brunel Pension Partnership; Chair, IIGCC
CEO, FTSE Russell, Group Head of Benchmarks & Indices at LSEG (London Stock Exchange Group)
Special Adviser and Assistant Secretary-General for Climate Action, United Nations
Rosalinde van der Vlies
Director for Clean Planet for DG Research & Innovation : Vice-Chair of the Steering Committee, European Commission Mission Innovation
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, Co-Chair of Galvanize Climate Solutions, California Business Leader; Philanthropist and Clean Energy Advocate; Former 2020 Presidential Candidate
Climate Investment Summit 2022 Partners
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"
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