New Climate Ideas Webinar series: Sean Kidney & Dr. Ma Jun, discuss China, BRI & the global shift towards sustainable economies

New series of in-depth interviews; Sean Kidney with global sustainability leaders

Tackling the big issues around climate, transition and building a more resilient future

This is the first Webinar in our Leading Climate Ideas series with Sean Kidney interviewing international green finance leader Dr. Ma Jun, on the global shift towards sustainable economies. 

Where to advance in green finance? How can the shift towards low-carbon transition be accelerated? 

Tune in on: 

Wednesday 13th May

15:00 Paris / 14:00 London / 21:00 Beijing / 09:00 New York

Register here.

About Dr. Ma Jun 

He is the Director of the Centre for Finance and Development at Tsinghua University & Chairman of China Green Finance Committee. 

Dr. Ma Jun is also Chair of the Supervision Workstream of the Central Bank & Supervisors Network for Greening the Financial System (NGFS). 

And is also Advisor to the Governor of the Peoples' Bank of China (PBOC). 

He’s a member of the Monetary Policy Committee of the PBOC, Chair of Green Finance Committee of China Society for Finance and Banking and Chair of the Hong Kong Green Finance Association (HKGFA). 

Ma Jun is also Vice President of China International Economic Relations Association and a Member of China Finance 40 Forum.

He previously chaired the G20 Green Finance Study Group (GFSG).

Between 2014 and 2017, he served as the Chief Economist at the PBOC’s Research Bureau and led the national green finance policy framework.

This event will be a unique opportunity to hear directly from one of the world’s leading exponents of green finance and sustainable economic development.

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Leading Climate Ideas #2 Tuesday 19th May 

Second in the series has green finance guru Professor Nick Robins from the Grantham Research Institutute at LSE & EU Sustainable Finance TEG member Helena Viñes Fiestas from BNP Paribas AM, in a wide ranging discusssion with Sean Kidney.

Agenda: From Taxonomy to the broader Sustainable Finance Revolution

Tuesday 19th May: 14:00 London / 15:00 Paris / 21:00 Beijing / 09:00 New York

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More in the new #ClimateIdeas series to come in late May/June.


Coming up this Week

Our regular Thursday 'EU Taxonomy Explored - Talk with TEG Experts' webinar looks at Adaptation and Resilience.

Thursday, Green Bond Market performance for April is reviewed and Friday is the next ASEAN webinar on Regulators & Green Finance.

The full webinar schedule to June is here:

Look out for India, ASEAN and Introducción a la taxonomía europea.

'Till next time,

Climate Bonds