World Climate Forum EUROPE takes place virtually June 29 during London Climate Action Week 2021 as the first Forum in a series leading to COP26 via NORTH AMERICA and ASIA. World Climate Forum EUROPE will benefit from World Climate Foundation's extensive European stakeholder network and a decade of experience convening leading thought-leaders to impact climate action throughout Europe.
World Climate Forum EUROPE 2021 Series will gather senior policymakers and high-level public and private actors from around the world for action-oriented discussions on advancing net-zero targets across all sectors, required to limit global warming to 1.5 degree, as well as accelerate the green recovery and adaptation.
The main themes of the World Climate Forum EUROPE 2021 Series, being new energy technologies, the sustainable built environment and circular economy, will aim to underpin the ambitions of the EU Green Deal through key drivers, in terms of, policy, innovations and investment.
Through a strong and engaging digital platform, World Climate Forum EUROPE 2021 Series will present opportunities for the advancement of global climate goals and momentum towards COP26 through public-private collaboration, innovation, policy regulations and sustainable investment strategies.
Key Themes at World Climate Forum EUROPE
Who Will Attend
World Climate Summit is known as the premier business event for cross-sector decision-makers at the COP for more than 10 years. World Climate Summit - The Investment COP will attract a selected mix of high-level representatives from the public and private sectors including businesses, financiers, governments, policymakers, innovators, academia and environmental influencers.
"Economies around the world have faced extraordinary challenges this year, and the World Climate Forum 2020 Series presented an opportunity to maintain dialogue around one of the most pressing issues of our time: climate change.Moody’s Analytics was proud to participate and share our perspectives on how organizations can use data, analytics, and technology to develop theirsustainability and climate action strategies."
Burcu Guner, Senior Director at Moody’s Analytics