Event Start:
14 Jul 2022 12:00 PM
Event End:
14 Jul 2022 01:00 PM
New York 7am | London 12pm | Singapore 7pm
Event Summary:

Webinar | The Resilience of Tomorrow, in… Climate (EP 3)

Climate change has been defined as a global, inter-generational challenge and will impact every aspect of our lives. In response to this prolonged period of change, we can expect further regulatory intervention as governments and financial institutions continue to pursue ambitious policies to help deal with that. Infrastructure is the anchor that will help deliver net-zero, both in terms of, building new infrastructure and modifying assets to improve resilience.

Join us as we discuss the opportunities investors, developers, financiers, and policymakers have for moving our industry forward and step closer towards realising commitments made at COP26.

This webinar is part of our global webinar series The Resilience of Tomorrow, where we will draw on the lessons of the past two years as we look to build a resilient tomorrow.

Speakers to be announced.

This webinar will take place at 7am New York | 12pm London | 7pm Singapore. Find your local time zone. 

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Herbert Smith Freehills


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