The conference will focus on presenting the progress and impact of the Climate Investment Coalition, including highlighting the impact of the Danish pension fund commitment from 2019 in New York. It will gather high-level speakers to discuss ways to strengthen green economic recoveries and ensure momentum for climate action is maintained throughout 2020 into 2021.
- Importance of public-private collaboration to continue climate action and achieve a green recovery and build momentum into 2021.
- Green recovery and aligning economic growth with green growth to overcome the pandemic disruptions and lower reliance on carbon-intensive sources (including North American market).
- Finance and investment challenges and opportunities in achieving SDG 7, including a focus on the energy transition and energy performance and their short and long-term economic impacts on pandemic-recovery and helping to reach the goals of the Paris Agreement.
The Climate Investment Coalition is impacting the decade of climate action by mobilising significant private sector funding into clean energy and climate investments in order to raise the global ambition required for the world to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement. It aims to accelerate green investments in global financial responses in order to rebuild pandemic-affected regional economies through resilient and ambitious green stimulus plans and, kickstart post-COVID-19 economies with sustainable and green agendas.