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Breakfast Briefing: From Paris To A Net Zero Global Economy

11 September 2018 |

In this briefing we will distil what we have learned through our Talanoa Dialogues about the future of private sector climate action and what to expect from the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) climate change negotiations in Poland in December about the role of market-based instruments post-2020.

Breakfast Briefing: From Paris To A Net Zero Global Economy

Through our Talanoa Dialogues, we have heard the views of corporates about their role in reaching net zero emissions. The two Dialogues we have held so far this year in San Francisco (May) and London (July), brought together 15 companies with collective revenues totalling more than $500 billion. Participants were from a wide-range of sectors including energy, finance, FMCG, professional services, creative industries and technology, and produced some strong new ideas for corporate climate action. We will be holding Talanoa Dialogues in New York (September), Dublin (September), Amsterdam (October) before submitting a final report to the UNFCCC at the end of October.

In addition, the briefing will look at what will be covered at UNFCCC negotiations in December's COP 24 in Poland including: the options for offsetting post-2020, how corporate action can align with countries’ emission reduction targets (the Nationally Determined Contributions), and the latest developments at the Gold Standard, Verra (previously Verified Carbon Standard) and American Carbon Registry.

Presented by Jonathan Shopley, Managing Director of Natural Capital Partners. Jonathan is also on the board of the International Emissions Trading Association (IETA) and the executive team of the International Carbon Reduction and Offset Alliance (ICROA).

Location: W San Francisco, 181 3rd St, San Francisco, CA 94103.

Time: 08:00am–09:30am. Continental breakfast will be served.