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Friday, September 11, 2020
Xthis appears to be the detailed schedule -if anyone sees a topic they would like to exchange views on -always trying to understand educational challenges of green as well as help unctad friends at the bbc like david attenborough's family, and polar explorer paul rose and londons royal geographic society and prince charles annual prize giving www.ashden.org viralise stories millennials need to action replay firstname.lastname@example.org wechat/whatsapp +1 240 316 8157 WWW.ECONOMISTUN.COM www.economistgreen.com www.dc2021.com www.economisthealth.com bloomberg green festival speakers- because glasgow is my family tree's nearest city, 15 MONTHS TO COP THE WORLD & REBUILD DC help sought in uniting anyone -or any coalitions- traveling on the road to cop26 nov 2021 -special shoot out to john micklethwait - when we debated how to survey the year of the brand in 1988 couldnt have imagined how critical new york would be at this unique moment in time-if only all who use the english language mediated stories as positively across generations and livesmatter.CITY BLOOMBERG GREEN FESTIVAL OF LEADERS AND PEOPLES AND ZOOMERS-WEEK 14- 18 SEPTEMBER America's Pledge 8:00 AM - Welcome Remarks John Micklethwait, Editor-in-Chief, Bloomberg 8:05 AM - America’s Pledge Michael R. Bloomberg, Founder of Bloomberg LP and Philanthropies, Co-Chair, America’s Pledge Matt Damon, Co-Founder, Water.org and WaterEquity Jerry Brown, Former Governor of California & Co-Chair, America’s Pledge Fawn Sharp, President, Quinault Indian Nation Patricia Espinosa, Executive Secretary, United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Eric Garcetti, Mayor, City of Los Angeles Gina Raimondo, Governor, Rhode Island Mon Sep 14, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM EDT (1 Hour) Covid’s Impact on our Planet Covid has given us the opportunity to hit pause and think more about sustainability while standing still, confirming that we need to accelerate our response to climate change. A global reset has enabled us to observe how a reduction in carbon emissions has impacted our planet. Data collected during Covid has provided unparalleled intelligence that could previously only be predicted by data analysis and modeling. Join us for this solutions session on the importance of data in a post-Covid world. We’ll discuss how the currency of data enables business and industry to innovate, develop and be more sustainable and how this moment of reflection has provided an opportunity for scientific evidence to inform more sustainable practices. 10:00 AM - The Green (Re)Awakening Thierry Breton, Commissioner for Internal Markets, European Commission 10:30 AM - Deploying Data to Secure a Sustainable Future Jane Ambachtsheer, Global Head of Sustainability, BNP Paribas Asset Management Carlo Buontempo, Director, Copernicus Climate Change Service, ECMWF Niels Strange Peulicke-Andersen, Head of ESG Accounting, Ørsted Rebecca Moore, Director, Geospatial Initiatives, Google Moderator: Eric Roston, Reporter, Bloomberg Green Mon Sep 14, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT (1 Hour) Accelerating the Circular Economy “Take, make, use, dispose,” is the traditional model our global economy has operated by for generations. Due to the buildup of waste and the growing challenges posed by climate change, companies and communities around the world are trying to make the transition to a circular economy model, which aims to minimize the use of resources and the production of waste. But implementing this circular model requires rethinking how we produce products and changing consumer behavior. Join us for a solutions session featuring the world’s leading oceans, plastics and circular economy experts discussing what is needed to transition to a circular economy. What are the greatest challenges and obstacles, what could help facilitate a more rapid transition and what are the opportunities for the future? 12:00 PM - Protecting our Oceans Ted Danson, Award Winning Actor and Environmentalist Moderated by: Antha Williams, Head of Environmental Programs, Bloomberg Philanthropies 12:25 PM - Circular Economy Revolution Ellen Jackowski, Chief Sustainability and Social Impact Officer hp Dune Ives, Executive Director, Lonely Whale Janis Searles Jones, CEO, Ocean Conservancy John Burke, CEO, Trek Moderated by: Jess Shankleman, Reporter, Bloomberg Green Mon Sep 14, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT (1 Hour) Investing in Change Climate change poses important new risks and opportunities for business and finance leaders. Many have embraced climate action as an opportunity, providing innovative corporate and finance solutions that are creating a positive impact on both their business and the planet. How products are manufactured, packaged, marketed and distributed, and the degree to which investors put money to work in companies who embraced climate positive practices across the entire life cycle, is one of the most viable ways to move the needle in the right direction. We’ll talk to top names in business, markets, and finance about how and why they’re making the investment in climate action. 2:00 PM - Leading a Purpose Driven Company Enrique Lores, CEO, HP Inc. Emily Chang, Anchor, Bloomberg Television 2:30 PM - Pensions Driving Change Mark Machin, President & CEO, CPP Investments Christopher J. Ailman, Chief Investment Officer California State Teachers’ Retirement System Moderated by: Sonali Basak, Financial Correspondent, Bloomberg Tue Sep 15, 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM EDT (1 Hour) The Business Case for Climate Action 8:30 AM - Investing in Change Jeffrey Ubben, Founder, Inclusive Capital Partners Moderated by: Ed Hammond, Senior Deals Reporter, Bloomberg 9:00 AM - Committed to Climate Action Frans van Houten, CEO, Philips Moderated by: Anna Edwards, Co-Anchor, Bloomberg Daybreak Europe, Bloomberg Television Tue Sep 15, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM EDT (1 Hour) Sustainable Forests for a Sustainable Future In addition to helping stabilize the climate, forests regulate ecosystems, protect biodiversity, play an integral part in the carbon cycle, support livelihoods, and can help drive sustainable growth. To maximize the climate benefits of forests, we must keep more forest landscapes intact, manage them more sustainably, and restore more of those landscapes which we have lost. Halting the loss and degradation of natural systems and promoting their restoration have the potential to contribute over one-third of the total climate change mitigation scientists say is required by 2030. In this solutions session, we’ll talk with some of the world’s leading forest conservation experts about efforts underway to protect this vital natural resource; what the biggest threats are in terms of future degradation; and what action businesses leaders, and individuals, can take to help in the fight for forest preservation. 10:00 AM - State of Nature: Our Forests Now Carter Roberts, President and CEO, World Wildlife Fund Moderated by: Adam Majendie, Senior Editor, Bloomberg 10:25 AM - Fighting Illegal Deforestation Topher White, Founder & CEO, Rainforest Connection 10:35 AM - Building a Forest-Positive Future Corey Brinkema, President, Forest Stewardship Council US Sophie Beckham, Chief Sustainability International Paper Moderated by: Leslie Kaufman, Reporter, Bloomberg Green Ue Sep 15, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT (1 Hour) Zero Carbon Careers Greta Thunberg may be the poster child for a global student movement vocal on climate change, but she exemplifies the passion Generation Z shows when it comes to climate and social issues. For Generations X and Y, the hot job ticket shifted from investment banking in the 1990s to wannabe dot com millionaires in the early 2000s, when every conceivable idea went to IPO. Today, the younger generation wants to marry mission and money and doesn’t see them as mutually exclusive. Social and environmental issues are a huge driver for them, and businesses have realised that to attract this new generation of employees they will have to focus on becoming more ethical and sustainable. In this solutions session, we’ll examine what green jobs look like for the new generation of leaders. Will companies that lack green credentials struggle to hire top talent? What is the future of the green job market? And how can you identify the right green job for you? 12:00 PM - Engaging the Future Green Workforce Jigar Shah, President and Co-Founder, Generate Capital Nico Rosberg, Sustainability Entrepreneur and Co-founder, Greentech Festival Moderator: Carol Massar, Co-Anchor Bloomberg Businessweek, Bloomberg Television and Radio 12:25 PM - Identifying Green Jobs Steve Varley, Global Vice-Chair, Sustainability, EY Diego Díaz, Head of New Ventures, Iberdrola Lisa Jacobson, President,Business Council for Sustainable Energy Moderator: Ethan Zindler, Head of Americas, BloombergNEF Tue Sep 15, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT (1 Hour) The Business Case for Climate Action 2:00 PM - Green as Good Business Jesper Brodin, CEO, Ingka Group 2:30 PM - Clean Energy Future Ignacio S. Galán, Chairman and CEO, Iberdrola Annmarie Hordern, Journalist, Bloomberg Television and Radio Wed Sep 16, 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM EDT (1 Hour) The Role of Policy, Power and Law in Climate Action 8:00 AM - Opening Remarks Herman Bulls, Vice Chairman, Americas, JLL 8:30 AM - Climate Related Market Risk Rostin Behnam, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Commissioner Bob Litterman, Chairman, Risk Committee Nat Bullard, Chief Content Officer, BloombergNEF Mary Schapiro, Vice Chair for Global Public Policy, Special Advisor to the Founder and Chairman, Bloomberg Wed Sep 16, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM EDT (1 Hour) Rethinking a Sustainable World The pandemic has shifted priorities globally while confirming the need to accelerate climate action. As a result, sustainability is taking precedence for communities, consumers, employees and companies more than ever before. In this solutions session, we’ll talk with some of the world’s leading sustainability experts about how Covid has impacted how they are thinking about climate change. How have their priorities changed, how has investing in sustainability helped their business, and what are the opportunities and solutions they see for the future. 10:00 AM - Rethinking a Sustainable World Ezgi Barcenas, Global Vice President of Sustainability, AB InBev Mindy Lubber, CEO, Ceres Barry Parkin, Chief Procurement and Sustainability Officer, Mars Moderated by: John Fraher, Executive Editor, Bloomberg 10:30 - Solutions Session Neil Murray, Global CEO, Corporate Solutions 10:35 AM - The New Sustainability Reality Thomas Jonas, Co-Founder & CEO, Nature’s Fynd Dr. Kristian Edwards, Founder, BLK + GRN Sarah Paiji Yoo, CEO & Co-Founder, Blueland Moderator: Chris Rovzar, Editorial Director, Bloomberg Pursuits Wed Sep 16, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT (1 Hour) Coalition Building for Climate Action 12:00 PM - Coalition Building for Climate Action Christiana Figueres, Former Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and Co-Founder of Global Optimism Moderator: Alix Steel, Anchor, Bloomberg Television 12:30 PM - Getting to Net Zero Kara Hurst, Head of Worldwide Sustainability, Amazon Miguel Veiga-Pestana, SVP, Corporate Affairs & Sustainability, RB James Gowen Global Supply Chain Operations and Chief Sustainability Office, Verizon Moderator: Alix Steel, Anchor, Bloomberg Television Wed Sep 16, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT (1 Hour) Science, Data and Insights The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has proven that “scientific evidence for warming of the climate system is unequivocal.” Responsible, collective decision making can only be made when there is an agreed upon set of facts upon which to base assumptions about the future, and it is imperative that verified scientific voices be elevated and reported accurately. We’ll engage top scientists working at the edge of change to get their inputs on what can still be done to mitigate the worst of climate change effects. 2:00 PM - Winning the Climate War Michael Mann, Distinguished Professor of Atmospheric Science and Director Earth System Science Center, Penn State University Moderator: Aaron Rutkoff, Executive Editor, Bloomberg Green 2:30 PM - The Race to Zero Nigel Topping, COP26 High-Level Champion for Climate Action Lindsay Levin, Founding Partner, TED Countdown, CEO, Leaders’ Quest Moderated by: Mallika Kapur, Deputy Global Editor, Bloomberg Live Thu Sep 17, 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM EDT (1 Hour) The Business Case for Climate Action 8:00 AM - Opening Remarks Christian Ulbrich, President and Global Chief Executive Officer, JLL 8:10 AM - BNEF Talk: Energy Transition Trends Luiza Demôro, Power Transition Trends Lead Author and Global Climatescope Project Manager, BloombergNEF 8:25 AM - Climate Finance Data Thu Sep 17, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM EDT (1 Hour) Building a Carbon Neutral City According to C40, cities consume over two-thirds of the world’s energy and account for more than 70% of global CO2 emissions. However, this presents an opportunity for cities to play an integral role in combating climate change. With more than half of the world’s population living in cities, urban centers are well-positioned to play a leadership role in driving global action. Join us for this solutions session, where we’ll examine if it’s possible to create a carbon neutral city. What are the opportunities, the challenges, and the potential path to carbon neutrality? We’ll also speak with top Mayors from around the world about the solutions they’re implementing now to become carbon neutral. 10:00 AM - Opening Remarks Richard Batten, Global Chief Sustainability Officer, JLL Cynthia Curtis, Senior Vice President, Sustainability Stakeholder Engagement, JLL 10:00 AM - Is a Climate Neutral City Possible? Cristina Gamboa, CEO, World Green Building Council Paul Simpson, CEO, CDP Jessica O. Matthews Founder & CEO, Uncharted Power 10:30 AM - Local Solutions for Global Impact Thu Sep 17, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT (1 Hour) Investing in the Climate Future: Announcement from Amazon Coming Up 12:00 PM - Investing in EV’s 12:25 PM - Climate Technologies that are Changing the Game Thu Sep 17, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT (1 Hour) Policy & Influence 2:00 PM - In Conversation with Bill Gates Bill Gates, Co-Chair, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Erik Schatzker, Editor-at-Large, Bloomberg Television 2:30 PM - Green Recovery Gina McCarthy, President & CEO, NRDC Moderator: Lisa Abramowicz, Co-Host, Bloomberg Surveillance Fri Sep 18, 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM EDT (1 Hour) The Global Goals 8:00 AM - View from the UN 8:30 AM - Taking Action for People and Planet Hindou Ibrahim, Environmental Activist Lily Cole, Environmental Activist, Model, Actress and Filmmaker Moderator: Gail Gallie, Co-Founder, Project Everyone Fri Sep 18, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM EDT (1 Hour) Climate Activism 10:00 AM - The Green Vote Rev. Lennox Yearwood Jr., President & Founder, Hip Hop Caucus 10:30 AM - Winning the New Green Deal Varshini Prakash, Co-Founder & Executive Director, The Sunrise Movement Moderated by: Akshat Rathi, Reporter, Bloomberg Green Fri Sep 18, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT (1 Hour) The Power of Storytelling 12:00 PM - Blood River Monte Reel, Blood River, Bloomberg Francesca Levy Blood River, Bloomberg 12:30 PM - The Power of Storytelling James Redford, Co-Founder and Chairman, The Redford Center Jill Tidman, Executive Director, The Redford Center Laura Nix, Director, Writer and Producer Moderated by: Francesca Levy, Bloomberg Fri Sep 18, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT (1 Hour) Green Festival Close - America's Pledge and Waddesdon Manor 2:00 PM America’s Pledge 2:30 PM Spotlight on A Great Green British Estate: Waddesdon Manor Lord Rothschild OM GBE CVO, Philanthropist Moderator: Hannah Rothschild CBE, Writer, Filmmaker and Philanthropist