Webinar Program

 

Welcome to the Climate Bonds Webinar Program where you can partipate in conversations with experts, policymakers, investors and thought leaders. 

You can register for upcoming webinars or download audio files and presentations from past events.  

We'll be updating this page with new events as they are confirmed. Or you can sign up for our Blog or simply follow our Twitter or LinkedIn for updates. 

 

2020    
Upcoming! 
EU Taxonomy Explored: Talks with TEG Experts: No2.
EU Taxonomy on Buildings

Thursday 2nd April, 15:00 CEST (14:00 BST)

Sean Kidney in conversation with the two Convenors of the EU Taxonomy Buildings Group, Ursula Hartenberger and Fabrizio Varriale of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).

Buildings are responsible for 40% of energy consumption and 36% of carbon emissions.
Lowering the carbon intensity of the built environment in cities and urban areas needs significant investment.

Join us for a conversation about the challenges of driving capital towards sustainable buildings and net-zero by 2050 and the opportunities opened up by the Taxonomy.

Speakers


 

Registration

 

 

Webinar Series: EU Taxonomy ExploredA Talk with TEG Experts

 Thursday 26th March 15:00 CET (14:00 GMT) 

  • Who will be affected by the new EU Taxonomy?
  • What are the implications for investment in electricity, transport, buildings, etc?
  • Is it wishful thinking or is it practical?
  • Can the Taxonomy serve as the framework for post-virus stimulus packages?

Speakers

 
 

 
Supported by 
 

Nordea Webinar: EU TEG on Sustainable Finance: Taxonomy and beyond

Aila Aho
Executive Adviser at Nordea, Rapporteur for the GBS, TEG
 
Aila Aho is an Executive Adviser at Nordea Bank and Rapporteur for the Green Bond subgroup of European Commission’s TEG. She is also a member of the Sustainability Committee within Finance Finland.
 
 
Sean Kidney 
CEO, Climate Bonds Initiative, TEG
 
 

Webinar Recording

2017    
 

 

The Australian Commercial Low-Carbon Buildings webinar

This webinar took place on the 7th February 2017 and included the following expert panellists:

  • Rob Fowler, Head of Certification, Climate Bonds Initiative
  • Emma Herd, CEO, Investor Group on Climate Change (IGCC)
  • Jorge Chapa, Executive Director of Market Transformation: Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA)
  • Ché Wall, Director, Flux Consultants and Lead Specialist, Climate Bonds Low Carbon Buildings Technical Working Group
  • David Jenkins, Director, Investment Grade Originations NAB

Click the name to download the panellist's slide deck.

 
 
 

 

Webinar: Introduction to Climate Bonds Transport Criteria - Low Carbon Road Vehicle Aspects

Guest Presenter: Pierpaolo Cazzola, Head of transport unit of the International Energy Agency's Energy Technology Policy Division in the Directorate of Sustainability, Technology and Outlooks

Webinar Recording

Slide Decks - Climate Bonds / International Energy Agency

 

 

 

Webinar: Introduction to Climate Bonds Transport Criteria - Rail Aspects

Guest presenters from the
Partnership on Sustainable, Low Carbon Transport (SLoCaT):

  • Cornie Huizenga, Secretary General
  • Karl Peet, Research Director

 

Webinar Recording - Session 1 / Session 2

Slide Decks - Climate Bonds / Partnership on Sustainable, Low Carbon Transport (SLoCaT)

 

 
 

 

Webinar: Introduction to Climate Bonds Wind Criteria

Special Guest Presenters:

Session 1 - Hero Future Energies, India

Naveen Khandelwal - Head of Investments & Strategy

 

 
 
 

Session 2 - Nacional Financiera (Nafin), Mexico

Emilio Garmendia Pérez Montero – International Treasury

Arturo Gochicoa Acosta – Sustainable Projects Specialist

 

Webinar Recording - Session 1 / Session 2

Slide Deck

 

 
 

 

Webinar: Introduction to Climate Bonds Standard's Water Criteria

Webinar Recording

 

 
 

 

Webinar: Introduction to Climate Bonds Standard’s Solar Criteria: Who Can Use It? What's Included? What's the Potential? Hear from the Experts

Investment in solar is growing as costs come down, technology improves and energy policies shift towards renewables. But clean energy development still needs a huge increase in funding and scale.

As part of this, we are seeing solar based green bonds now being Climate Bond Certified from Australia to India to Germany.  

The next Webinar in our 2016 Green Bonds 101 Series looks at the Climate Bonds Solar Criteria and asks:

What’s involved in Solar Criteria certification?

Can solar bonds help shift investment into the hundreds of billions?

Does certification encourage investors to back solar green bonds?

This webinar covered:

  • What is a solar bond?
  • Who can issue a solar bond?
  • How do they get certified? 
  • The value of certification?
  • What does the Climate Bonds Standard measure?
  • Evolution in Transparency and Disclosure:  self statement, second opinion, third party verification
  • Evolution in Standards:  self-set, principles, indices, voluntary standards, mandatory regulations
  • Real life solar project examples: Rooftop PV securities, large scale solar parks, integrating solar with green building design and more
  • Q&A

Webinar Recording

Slide Decks - Climate Bonds / Deutsche Kreditbank

 

 
 

 

Webinar: What is ‘Green’ in a Bond, Why Labels Count, the Growing Role of Standards.

The next instalment in our 2016 Green Bonds 101 Series with two sessions on green labels and standards.

These webinars covered:

  • Recap: What is a bond?
  • Growth in green bonds
  • The value of a green label 
  • How do we know it's 'Green'
  • What’s being measured
  • Evolution in Transparency and Disclosure - self statement, second opinion, third party verification
  • Evolution in Standards:  self-set, principles, indices, voluntary standards, mandatory regulations
  • Real life examples: Green Bond Principles, Climate Bonds Certification etc.
  • Q&A

Webinar Recording - First Session / Second Session

Slide Deck

 

 
2016    
  Introduction to green bonds: First Session / Second Session / Slide Deck  
  Green bonds update from China and India / Slide Deck  
   Christiana Figueres introduces the Climate Bonds Green Bond Awards  
2015    
  Climate Bonds and SLoCaT introduce the new Low Carbon Transport Climate Bonds Standard  
  Water Standard Webinar  
  Dispatch from the Green City Bonds Coalition  
  Standards for Agriculture, Forestry & Other Land Use Investments  
   Climate Bonds Standard V2 presentation  
  Scaling up low carbon investment in Australia  
  Green Bonds Forum London  
  US Green City Bonds Webinar  
  Bonds & Climate Change - The State of the Market in 2015 webinar (Session 3)  
  Bonds & Climate Change - The State of the Market in 2015 webinar (Session 2)  
  Bonds & Climate Change - The State of the Market in 2015 webinar (Session 1)   
  Interview with Steve Lambert, National Australia Bank Executive GM