Catalysing Real Investments for Clean Energy and Climate Solutions by 2030
Climate Investment Summit is the leading summit for climate investments, green business models and public-private partnerships.
Climate Investment Summit is the flagship event in the Climate Investment Coalition's investment roadmap and is a unique global forum for investments in global climate solutions this decade, to ensure an energy-secure and sustainable future for us all.
The Summit aims to build new cross-sector partnerships to develop investable markets for climate solutions, demonstrate the market-case and ambition to support ambitious climate policy and bring to light new and successful investment strategies that will accelerate the green transition.
Climate Investment Summit measures impact through three indicators: Environmental, Economic and Societal.
Climate Investment Summit convenes the world’s leading high-level public and private sector stakeholders in climate finance, public sector and project development to build the business case for climate solutions. Through cross-sector partnerships, best practice investment models and key announcements, the Summit supports the mobilisation and deployment of vital climate capital around the world to reach 2030 climate targets.
Climate Investment Summit is the key convening for the Climate Investment Coalition’s global institutional investor network and partners to support the mobilisation of financial commitments for climate solutions by 2030.
The Summit builds on the Coalition’s unparalleled total collective commitment from Nordic and UK pension funds of US$130 billion to be invested in clean energy and climate investments by 2030. It acts as a high-level platform for investors to present key announcements, best practices and to build partnerships that will facilitate accelerated climate investments.
Climate Investment Summit creates public-private sector ambition loops that align with institutional incentives to improve enabling framework conditions and increase investor action to support climate investments.
Climate Investment Summit creates public-private sector ambition loops that align with institutional incentives to improve enabling framework conditions and increase investor action to support climate investments. By convening front-leading institutional investors and mobilising financial commitments for investments in climate solutions, the Summit sends a clear message that climate finance is ready to scale up.
Key Outcomes of Climate Investment Summit
Climate Investment Summit catalyses ambitious pledges as a platform for climate finance commitments and announcements. These include:
Commitments for COP27
The Climate Investment Coalition announced the launch of its efforts to mobilise climate investments for emerging markets and developing economies by 2030, for announcement at COP27 in Egypt.
Investment Roadmap to COP28
The Climate Investment Coalition also announced its programme to collaborate with key global and cross-sector partners to build innovative business and financial models for investing in new and emerging energy and climate technology by 2030.
Climate Investments Remain a Key Priority
The global network of investors, policymakers and businesses that convened at the Climate Investment Summit 2022 shared a clear signal that, despite unprecedented economic and social turmoil, climate investments are the future.
An 8-point plan to finance a net-zero transition
The COP27 High-Level Climate Action Champion from Egypt delivered an 8-point plan to increase financial innovation, mechanisms and instruments to support increased investments in emerging markets and developing economies. New instruments will need to be mixed with greater knowledge; ensuring the financial sector plays a key and transparent role in financing the net-zero transition.
The announcement of the Danish insurance and pension industry’s investment of US$ 11 billion in clean energy investments since its conditional commitment made in 2019, of US$ 55 billion to be invested by 2030.
The Climate Investment Coalition launched a process with Nordic pension funds to contribute with commitments to green investments leading up to the COP26. This led to the announcement at COP26 of a total collective commitment of US$ 130 billion to be invested in climate solutions by 2030.
Strengthened transatlantic coalition building and engagement to mobilise real-world investments in EU’s Green New Deal and Biden’s Build Back Better plan.