Event Start:
24 Nov 2021 05:30 PM
Event End:
24 Nov 2021 09:00 PM
Offices of Addleshaw Goddard, 60 Chiswell St, London EC1Y 4AG )
Event Summary:

Reflections on COP26 and the UK's Road Ahead

Climate change is the biggest risk facing us all. To limit global temperature rises to 1.5 degrees, the world needs to halve emissions by 2030 and reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. The COP26 conference, six years after the Paris Agreement, is the chance for countries to put forward ambitious 2030 emissions reductions targets that point towards meeting net-zero global emissions by 2050. 
Join us in person as we reflect on what COP26 achieved.  What changes can we now expect to see in energy, transport, infrastructure and natural capital? And how will these sweeping changes be financed?
We are delighted to welcome Chris Stark, CEO of the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) as our keynote speaker. His speech will be followed by a panel discussion. Expect Chris to pull no punches. As head of the body that recommends the UK's 5-yearly carbon budget pathways, he's the expert on climate change and policies to mitigate it. 

- Moderator: Rory Connor, Partner, Addleshaw Goddard

- Darryl Murphy, Managing Director, Infrastructure, Aviva Investors

- Chris Stark, CEO, Committee on Climate Change

- Dr Tanja Groth, Director of Urban Resilience, Sweco UK

- Rachel Hayes, Associate Director, Regen

- Matt Hammond, Partner, Foresight Group



Addleshaw Goddard


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