In Brussels on Monday 17th September?
Have time to spare in the morning?
Join us for an exclusive, pre-launch preview of the Climate Bonds Taxonomy: a guide to climate aligned assets & projects, kindly hosted by Burson, Cohn & Wolfe.
This is a special opportunity for EU based issuers, investors, verifiers and regulators to attend a pre-launch briefing on the updated Climate Bonds Taxonomy, prior to the official launch at Climate Week in New York.
Spaces are limited, please register your interest and we’ll confirm your place.
Venue: Burson, Cohn & Wolfe, 37 square de meeûs, 1000 brussels
When: Monday 17th September 2018, 10am – 12pm
10:30am - 12pm: Briefing on the new Climate Bonds Taxonomy
Presenters: Sean Kidney, CEO, Climate Bonds Initiative
Katie House, Senior Research Analyst, Climate Bonds Initiative
What’s the Taxonomy?
The Climate Bonds Taxonomy identifies the assets and projects needed to deliver a low carbon economy and gives screening criteria consistent with the 2-degree global warming target set by the COP 21 Paris Agreement.
The new version been developed based on the latest climate science including research from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and the International Energy Agency (IEA), and has benefited from the input of hundreds of technical experts from around the world.
The Climate Bonds Taxonomy can be used by any entity looking to identify which assets, activities and associated financial instruments, are compatible with a 2-degree trajectory.
Can’t make it to Brussels?
Don’t worry, there will be other opportunities to hear about the Climate Bonds Taxonomy including:
- Official launch at New York Climate Week
- London Briefing
- Japan Seminar
- Webinar Program
‘Till Next Time