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Event: Green & Global Market Instability

Check out this event if you get time – Green & Global Market Instability: How to keep the Climate Change agenda on course.

Wednesday, 5th March 2008, 17.00-19.00, One Silk Street, London

Greenbang is a media sponsor for the event, so we’ll be there. Ben Patten of GreenBiz Events runs this.

Here’s what it’s about:

The credit crunch is hitting home everywhere. This event will explore the implications for the Climate Change agenda:

1.     Policy:             What the policy implications will be at home and abroad

2.     Consumers:     How consumers desire for green options and lifestyles will be affected

3.     Corporations:   What will happen with big business’ response to Climate Change

4.     Investors:         How investment flows into Clean Tech and climate –friendly businesses will be affected

This impromptu meeting will look at all these elements in isolation and then piece together the total picture and what it means for the global response to Climate Change and the implications for business. Our speakers and panel are made up of the following:

·         Roger Harrabin, Environment Analyst – BBC (Chair)

·         Tom Burke CBE, Environmental Policy – Rio Tinto

·         Nick Coad, Head of Group Environment Strategy – National Express

·         Mark Campanale, Director – London Bridge Capital

·         Maggie Brenneke, Director, Skoll Social Enterprise Program – SustainAbility

·         Chris Coulter, VP – Globescan

·         Vanessa Havard-Williams – Partner, Head of Environment Group – Linklaters

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