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Thursday, November 10, 2022

regenrative agriculture - requires total supoplynchain apoopriach nit just individual farmers

 bloomberg green cop27 smi (under prince of wales) regenerative agriculture total supply chains huge opportunity - see panel who were live 7.41 am est

https://events.bloomberglive.com/bloomberg-green-at-COP27/agenda

grant reid mars smi task force report regenearative agriculture convened by prince charles -some one has to do fusr move intial loss long term gain - mars will do this in tersm of paying farmers more


total supply chain

metrics rebgen agriculture 

transspareny maps

consequences not playing teh gane

game theor soneone have to fdo first  

2:30 PM EET - Scaling Regenerative Agriculture

Regenerative agriculture can increase biodiversity, improve the water cycle, enhance ecosystems, support biosequestration, create resilience to climate change and strengthen the health and vitality of farm soil. But how do we scale these innovative solutions and increase adoption rates by farmers globally? In this session, we'll discuss ways we can enable global sustainable farming systems of the future.

  • Svein Tore Holsether, President & CEO, Yara International
  • Grant F. Reid, Chair, SMI Agribusiness Taskforce, Outgoing CEO, Mars
  • Moderator: Meg Szabo, Senior Editor, Bloomberg Green & Sustainability Events 

rice india

potaoes uk

wheat usa

3 poilot studeies - total supply chain not working

eg need to expeoentially change form chemical fertilisers


total market of fofod abou 12 trillion dolars but this does not talk about hidden const (minus 2 trillion dollars destroying climate) and destroting eartj's soil quality etc

need new metrics refen ag driven by his majesty

transpance

consequnces 

acrion plan

interesing remarks africa - imports lot of food it needs to grow itself  7.45am

clear metrics 

transpareny on metrics

consequence if you dontvplay 

Speakers
mars basically ahriculture company allbeit chpcolate and pet fpood
so when toyal highness asjked us to come together we had to agree
issue economics to father - we dont pay framer to do regerative agriculture - there is enough money in system of paying farmers butr=t wiill need mass cooperation

2:05 PM EET - Tracking the Global Youth Climate Movement

Members of the UN’s Youth Advisory Group on Climate Change will share findings from a new report on the importance of funding global youth climate movements and the role that they play in catalyzing climate change. 

  • Paloma Costa, UN Secretary General’s Youth Advisor on Climate Change
  • Nathan Metenier, UN Secretary General’s Youth Advisor on Climate Change
  • Archana Soreng, UN Secretary General’s Youth Advisor on Climate Change
  • Moderator: Jennifer Zabasajja, Africa Correspondent, Bloomberg


2:50 PM EET - Accelerating Africa’s Energy Transition

As the “African COP” shines a light on the second-largest continent’s clean energy journey, the quest to deliver a just energy transition is filled with political, economic and financing complexities. We’ll explore the region’s unique challenges and opportunities in the shift to renewable energy. 

  • H.E. Amani Abou-Zeid, Commissioner for Infrastructure & Energy, African Union Commission
  • Moderator: David Malingha, East Africa Bureau Chief, Bloomberg

3:10 PM EET - In Conversation With Akim Daouda

The CEO of the Sovereign Wealth Fund of the Gabonese Republic shares how private and public sector collaboration and citizen engagement can be powerful tools in the fight against climate change.

  • Akim Daouda, CEO, Sovereign Wealth Fund of the Gabonese Republic
  • Moderator: Yinka Ibukun, West Africa Bureau Chief, Bloomberg

3:45 PM EET - Closing Remarks

  • Meg Szabo, Senior Editor, Bloomberg Green & Sustainability Events

3:50 PM EET - Event Concludes

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Jennifer Zabasajja
Africa Correspondent
Bloomberg

old system commodity, siloised

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2:00 PM EET - Bloomberg Green Summit Open

  • Meg Szabo, Senior Editor, Bloomberg Green & Sustainability Events

2:05 PM EET -  In Conversation With Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala

  • Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Director-General, World Trade Organization
  • Moderator: Francine Lacqua, Anchor & Editor-at-Large, Bloomberg Television

2:25 PM EET - What’s Next for Carbon Markets?

The explosive growth of carbon markets hasn’t been free of controversy, from corresponding adjustments and quality concerns and jurisdictional challenges. In this session, we'll discuss what's next for carbon markets.

  • Mark Gallogly, Co-Founder & Managing Principal, Three Cairns Group
  • Damilola Ogunbiyi, CEO, Sustainable Energy for All; Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Sustainable Energy for All
  • Moderator: Mark Carney, UN Special Envoy for Climate Action & Finance; Co-Chair, GFANZ

2:40 PM EET - The New Energy Reality

Soaring energy prices amid the war in Ukraine are dramatically reshaping the global energy landscape. What does this mean for the climate fight? How do we balance the need for cleaner resources with energy security concerns? Business and policy leaders from around the world discuss how the energy crunch is affecting the pace of the renewable energy transition. 

  • Dr. Ajay Mathur, Director General, International Solar Alliance
  • Damilola Ogunbiyi, CEO, Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL); Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Sustainable Energy for All
  • Moderator: Will Kennedy, Senior Executive Editor, Energy & Commodities, Bloomberg

3:05 PM EET - Mubadala Sponsor Spotlight: Responsible Investing for a Sustainable Future 

  • Ahmed Al Calily, Chief Strategy & Risk Officer, Mubadala
  • Moderator: Lauren Kiel, General Manager, Bloomberg Green

3:15 PM EET - Break

3:40 PM EET - General Motors Sponsor Spotlight: The All-Electric Future 

  • Shilpan Amin, Senior Vice President & President, GM International, General Motors
  • Mohamed L. Mansour, Chairman, ManCapital LLP
  • Omar Vargas, Vice President, Head of Global Public Policy, General Motors
  • Moderator: Lauren Kiel, General Manager, Bloomberg Green

3:50 PM EET - Who Should Pay for Climate Loss & Damage?

The debate over financial responsibility for the destructive impacts of climate change will come to a head in Sharm El-Sheikh after years of dragging negotiations. We’ll hear from speakers with different viewpoints on the best path forward.

  • Laurence Tubiana, CEO, European Climate Foundation
  • Moderator: David Malingha, East Africa Bureau Chief, Bloomberg

4:10 PM EET - SAP Sponsor Spotlight: The Power of a Connected Sustainability Strategy

  • Sebastian Steinhaeuser, Chief Strategy Officer, SAP
  • Moderator: Lauren Kiel, General Manager, Bloomberg Green

4:20 PM EET - What We’re Watching

Bloomberg Green reporters and editors share a recap of the key takeaways from the first few days of COP27 and what to watch in the days ahead. We’ll also dive deeper into key themes at COP27 including finance, decarbonization and adaptation, and take your questions live. 

  • Yinka Ibukun, West Africa Bureau Chief, Bloomberg
  • Akshat Rathi, Senior Reporter, Bloomberg Green 
  • Aaron Rutkoff, Executive Editor, Bloomberg Green

4:30 PM EET - In Conversation With John Kerry

In an increasingly fractious and fragmenting global order, what have we learned at COP27 about the ability of world leaders to create a collaborative, long-term climate policy action?

  • John Kerry, Special Presidential Envoy for Climate, U.S. Department of State
  • Moderator: John Micklethwait, Editor-in-Chief, Bloomber

4:55 PM EET - Closing Remarks

  • Meg Szabo, Senior Editor, Bloomberg Green & Sustainability Events

5:00 PM EET - Session Concludes

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Responsible investing is here to stay. Sustainable assets will hit $50 trillion by 2025, representing more than a third of the projected $140.5 trillion in total global assets under management, according to Bloomberg. What does the future of the responsible investing landscape look like? How can cautious investors balance concerns like lack of standards with the explosive growth of sustainable investing principles?

In this breakout briefing session, we’ll explore trends driving the responsible investing boom and areas for opportunity in the future. We’ll also hear how global business and finance leaders who are grappling with barriers to sustainable investing are working to mitigate risk in their quest for both social responsibility and greater returns.

Proudly sponsored by Mubadala.

Pre-registration is required for this session. Attendance is limited.

5:10 PM EET - Opening Remarks

  • Abby Danzig, Senior Programming Director, Bloomberg Green & Sustainability Events

5:12 PM EET - The Evolution of Sustainable Investing

COP26 in Glasgow saw an unprecedented number of ambitious pledges to mobilize private capital for climate action. As finance takes center stage at COP27, we’ll discuss how these commitments have played out over the past year and what financial institutions must do to successfully drive change.

  • John Goldstein, Managing Director, Head of the Sustainable Finance Group, Goldman Sachs
  • Moderator: Francine Lacqua, Anchor & Editor-at-Large, Bloomberg Television

5:30 PM EET - Breaking Down Barriers to Responsible Investing

Why are some investors so cautious about responsible investing? The frustration over a lack of defined standards to assess performance marks a significant shift in the barriers to entering the sustainable investing landscape. Financial leaders discuss strategies for mitigating risk and leveraging the right data for reporting.

  • Tracey McDermott, Group Head Conduct, Financial Crime & Compliance, Standard Chartered Bank
  • Daniel Mikkelsen, Senior Partner, McKinsey & Company
  • Derek Rozycki, Head of Responsible Investing, Mubadala
  • Moderator: Adeline Diab, Director of Research ESG & Thematic Investing, Bloomberg Intelligence

6:00 PM EET - Special Session Concludes

6:30 PM

Join Bloomberg Green for an exclusive screening of the documentary Feeding Tomorrow, featuring a live Q&A with the film’s director Oliver English. 

Feeding Tomorrow tells an interconnected story of how food interacts with and transforms every part of our lives. The documentary follows a dynamic group of innovators in agriculture, health care and education as they work to build a more just and regenerative food system in their communities.

Oliver English is a Filmmaker, Chef & Food Advocate. Originally from Boston, Massachusetts, he grew up in his family's restaurant business and has been intimately involved in the world of food ever since. Oliver is the Co-Founder & CEO of Common Table Creative (CTC), an impact-driven production & hospitality company specializing in advancing global food, sustainability, and social justice issues.

Pre-registration is required for this session. Attendance is limited.

6:30 PM EET - Opening Remarks

  • Aaron Rutkoff, Executive Editor, Bloomberg Green

6:35 PM EET - Bloomberg Green Docs Winner

6:45 PM EET - Exclusive Screening of Feeding Tomorrow

  • Oliver English, Filmmaker, Chef & Food Advocate, Common Table Creative

8:00 PM EET - Q&A With Oliver English

  • Oliver English, Filmmaker, Chef & Food Advocate, Common Table Creative
  • Moderator: Aaron Rutkoff, Executive Editor, Bloomberg Green

8:30 PM EET - Screening Concludes

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10:00 AM EET - Opening Remarks

  • Meg Szabo, Senior Editor, Bloomberg Green & Sustainability Events

10:05 AM EET - The Power of Climate Litigation

 ClientEarth’s new CEO Laura Clarke shares pivotal examples of how we can use the power of the law in the battle against climate change.

  • Laura Clarke OBE, CEO, ClientEarth
  • Moderator: John Fraher, Senior Executive Editor, Bloomberg

10:25 AM EET - Innovating for Clean Cooking & Food Security 

A problem as urgent as climate change demands innovative solutions at rapid speed and scale, two attributes that the tech sector knows all too well. We’ll examine how technologies related to clean cooking and food security can address these issues in developing nations. 

  • Jillene Connors Belopolsky, Chief of Staff & External Affairs, Clean Cooking Alliance
  • Susan Chomba, Director, Vital Landscapes, World Resources Institute
  • Sophie Odupoy, Group Head of Public Affairs, KOKO Networks
  • Moderator: Yinka Ibukun, West Africa Bureau Chief, Bloomberg

10:50 AM EET - How I Got This Story: Burning Up On the Nile

What will Egypt look like if the world warms to 3C by the end of the century? Reporter Laura Millan takes us inside Bloomberg Green’s examination of what collective failure at the COP talks would mean for the host country and what its people are doing to adapt today.

  • Laura Millan, Reporter, Bloomberg Green

11:10 AM EET - Greener Cities, Greener Living

From extreme weather events to economic hardships, citizens across the globe are grappling with the consequences of climate change. How are leaders at the local level building resilient communities and helping their citizens live greener lives through transportation, infrastructure and food security?

  • Yvonne Aki-Sawyerr OBE, Mayor, Freetown, Sierra Leone
  • Eleni Myrivili, Global Chief Heat Officer, UN-Habitat
  • Moderator: Laura Millan, EMEA Climate Reporter, Bloomberg Green

11:35 AM EET - Live Podcast Recording: Zero With Akshat Rathi

Zero is about the tactics and technologies taking us to a world of zero emissions. Listen in as Bloomberg’s award-winning climate reporter Akshat Rathi talks to the new White House Climate Advisor about his new agenda at COP27 and beyond.

  • Ali Zaidi, National Climate Advisor, The White House
  • Moderator: Akshat Rathi, Senior Reporter, Bloomberg Green
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What do business and sustainability have in common when it comes to measurable success? Data. As the climate clock ticks and pressure mounts from stakeholders, today’s business leaders must integrate sustainability into every facet of their organizations in order to make progress in the fight against climate change – and have the data and metrics to back it up.

In this breakout briefing session, we’ll explore how business leaders are using technology to transform their company’s sustainability efforts. We’ll discuss best practices for collecting and analyzing sustainability-related data across functions to improve business decision-making, and hear use cases tackling key climate issues like waste management and emissions reductions

Proudly sponsored by SAP.

Pre-registration is required for this session. Attendance is limited.

1:00 PM EET - Opening Remarks

  • Abby Danzig, Senior Programming Director, Bloomberg Green & Sustainability Events

1:02 PM EET - Sustainability Data: From Averages to Actuals & Action

How can companies get the right sustainability data and manage it across the enterprise? Business and technology leaders will discuss how they are accelerating holistic sustainability management and share best practices for recording, reporting and acting on ESG data. We’ll hear how they are connecting data sources, improving transparency across the value chain and navigating a range of standards and reporting frameworks.

  • Ezgi Barcenas, Chief Sustainability Officer, Anheuser-Busch InBev
  • Michael Lotfy, Senior Vice President, Products, Schneider Electric
  • Gunther Rothermel, Senior Vice President, Head of Sustainability Engineering, SAP
  • Moderator: Patricia Torres, Global Head of Sustainable Finance Solutions, Bloomberg

1:30 PM EET - The New Era of Green Technology

What emerging technologies will be the most disruptive in the fight against climate change? A sustainability leader discusses the role of technology in meeting their net-zero goals and how to navigate change-resistant culture to pursue meaningful change.

  • Kate Brandt, Chief Sustainability Officer, Google
  • Moderator: Ethan Zindler, Head of Americas, BloombergNEF

1:45 PM EET - Special Lunch Session Concludes

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2:00 PM
 LIVE

2:00 PM EET - Welcome Back

  • Meg Szabo, Senior Editor, Bloomberg Green & Sustainability Events

2:05 PM EET - Tracking the Global Youth Climate Movement

Members of the UN’s Youth Advisory Group on Climate Change will share findings from a new report on the importance of funding global youth climate movements and the role that they play in catalyzing climate change. 

  • Paloma Costa, UN Secretary General’s Youth Advisor on Climate Change
  • Nathan Metenier, UN Secretary General’s Youth Advisor on Climate Change
  • Archana Soreng, UN Secretary General’s Youth Advisor on Climate Change
  • Moderator: Jennifer Zabasajja, Africa Correspondent, Bloomberg

2:30 PM EET - Scaling Regenerative Agriculture

Regenerative agriculture can increase biodiversity, improve the water cycle, enhance ecosystems, support biosequestration, create resilience to climate change and strengthen the health and vitality of farm soil. But how do we scale these innovative solutions and increase adoption rates by farmers globally? In this session, we'll discuss ways we can enable global sustainable farming systems of the future.

  • Svein Tore Holsether, President & CEO, Yara International
  • Grant F. Reid, Chair, SMI Agribusiness Taskforce, Outgoing CEO, Mars
  • Moderator: Meg Szabo, Senior Editor, Bloomberg Green & Sustainability Events 

2:50 PM EET - Accelerating Africa’s Energy Transition

As the “African COP” shines a light on the second-largest continent’s clean energy journey, the quest to deliver a just energy transition is filled with political, economic and financing complexities. We’ll explore the region’s unique challenges and opportunities in the shift to renewable energy. 

  • H.E. Amani Abou-Zeid, Commissioner for Infrastructure & Energy, African Union Commission
  • Moderator: David Malingha, East Africa Bureau Chief, Bloomberg

3:10 PM EET - In Conversation With Akim Daouda

The CEO of the Sovereign Wealth Fund of the Gabonese Republic shares how private and public sector collaboration and citizen engagement can be powerful tools in the fight against climate change.

  • Akim Daouda, CEO, Sovereign Wealth Fund of the Gabonese Republic
  • Moderator: Yinka Ibukun, West Africa Bureau Chief, Bloomberg

3:45 PM EET - Closing Remarks

  • Meg Szabo, Senior Editor, Bloomberg Green & Sustainability Events

3:50 PM EET - Event Concludes

Click here to view the transcription

6:00 PM

Bloomberg Green presents an evening in celebration of the climate changemakers. We'll convene an exclusive group of leaders and influencers who are making their mark in the fight against climate change. From utilizing new technology and innovations to mobilizing citizen and corporate engagement, we'll hear how these trailblazers are inspiring action, ushering in a new era of climate activism.

Pre-registration is required for this session. Attendance is limited.

6:00 PM EET - Networking Reception

7:15 PM EET - Opening Remarks

  • John Micklethwait, Editor-in-Chief, Bloomberg 

7:20 PM EET - The New Voices of Change

The fight against climate change is incomplete if the people who are most impacted by its devastating effects are not part of the conversation. We’ll hear from youth activists and the revolutionary voices representing the unrepresented on how to make the climate movement more  inclusive and impactful.

  • Delphin Kaze, Founder & CEO, KAZE Green Economy Ltd
  • Ndéye Marie Aïda Ndiéguène, CEO, Ecobuilders Made in Sénégal
  • Eyal Weintraub, Co-Founder, Youth for Climate Argentina
  • Moderator: Akshat Rathi, Senior Reporter, Bloomberg Green

8:05 PM EET - In Conversation With Hindou Ibrahim

Chadian environmental activist Hindou Ibrahim discusses the climate adaptation and mitigation challenges facing indigenous communities and how she is working to increase awareness and inspire change in the climate fight.

  • Hindou Ibrahim, Founder, Association for Indigenous Women & Peoples of Chad
  • Moderator: Jennifer Zabasajja, Africa Correspondent, Bloomberg

8:30 PM EET - Programming Ends

9:00 PM EET - Event Concludes





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