In times of COVID-19, it is important to recognise that COVID-19 case curves can be flattened by acting responsibly in order to limit severity of consequences. Climate temperature curves can be flattened as well but consequences are not reversible once tipping points have been crossed. This is why it is crucial to understand how earth can get close to the Net Zero Zone.
We aim to build a digital forum to foster discussions of tools such as Taxonomy & Trajectory, which are needed to achieve net zero by 2050.
- #NetZeroZone Interview Series with Jérôme Tagger: Net Zero or Absolute Zero#NetZeroZone Interview Series with Jérôme Tagger and Andreas Hoepner: #NetZero or #AbsoluteZero ? Wednesday 1st of July, 14:00 (London)Please register here: https://bit.ly/317q6bt Join the #NetZeroZone LinkedIn group and be part of the conversation
- #NetZeroZone 2020-05 Interview with Sean KidneyOur next #NetZeroZone event is now open for registration. Looking forward to the interview with Sean Kidney #NetZero Interview series with TEG experts No.1: Net Zero GHG by 2050 In our first leader’s Net Zero Zone Leader’s Interview, Andreas Hoepner interviews Sean Kidney on his ideas how the world can achieve Net Zero by 2050. …
- Session Recordings available for #NetZeroZone 2020-04The recordings of the #NetZeroZone 2020-04 Digital Conference are now available. You can watch them here or in the #NetZeroZone 2020-04 playlist our YouTube Channel.
- Successful first #NetZeroZone Digital Conference (2020-04)In true Net-Zero fashion and a testament to our times, we held our first-ever digital conference on April 29, 2020. For the first in a series of events, we were joined by several key players within the sustainable finance space. The talk opened with a key-note speech from Mario Nava of the European Commission, and …
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