Climate change is the defining issue of our time. Around the world, as awareness grows of the environmental challenges that will rapidly intensify over the next few decades, people are demanding solutions. We know, in fact, solutions exist – and in many cases it will be business leading the way.
On January 22, as global leaders gather for the World Economic Forum, Bloomberg will convene a high-level breakfast conversation focused on the innovation, collaboration and commitment – the solutions – needed to create meaningful climate action. Speakers, backed by exclusive Bloomberg data, will highlight the action needed from corporates, investors, nonprofits and governments to promote a cohesive and sustainable world.
January 22 - Wednesday
Registration and Breakfast
Executive Editor, Bloomberg Green
Corporate Leadership Driving Solutions
Corporate leaders across the world are stepping up to take action against climate change and finding that the innovation required to build a more sustainable future is both good for the planet and good for business. Heads of major companies discuss how they are considering the future impacts of climate on their businesses and how they are taking a solutions-oriented approach to responding to these challenges.
Ignacio S. Galán
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Iberdrola
Head of Worldwide Sustainability, Amazon
Chief Commercial Officer, HP Inc.
President and Chief Executive Officer, JLL
Senior Executive Editor for Business, Finance and Energy, Bloomberg News
Understanding the Path Forward
With just two months left in his tenure as governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney sits down with Bloomberg’s Editor-in-Chief John Micklethwait to discuss what has changed since his “Tragedy of the Horizon” speech five years ago and his next efforts in the fight against climate change.
Governor, Bank of England
Can Countries Align on Climate Commitments?
Bloomberg’s editor-in-chief sits down with the former executive secretary of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change to discuss the ambitious and difficult challenge of getting the world to commit to more greenhouse gas emissions cuts.
Founding Partner, Global Optimism