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Meet I4CE during the “One Planet Summit” week

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I4CE participates in five side-events around the “One Planet Summit” which mobilizes public and private finance at the service of climate action. The event convened by President Macron will be held in Paris on September 12, 2017.


“Mainstreaming!” in association with Climate Finance Day 2017

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  • Monday 11 December 2017, from 9:00 am to 12:15 pm
  • Pierre Mendes France Conference Center, Ministry for the Economy and Finance 139 Rue de Bercy, 75012 Paris

    During COP21, financial institutions set up 5 Voluntary Principles for Climate Mainstreaming and launched the Climate Action in Financial Institutions Initiative. Two years on, how public and private financial actors from the North and South have mainstreamed climate considerations in practice? What headway has been achieved in strategies, climate risk management, financial products and tools, and in terms of transparency and accountability? What are the ambitions for the coming years? How can the initiative help all financial institutions act to make climate change a core business consideration?

This event aims to show that climate mainstreaming by the financial community is possible and encourage new actors to join the movement.

More information on the Climate Finance Day here


Moderation of the conference Climate Finance Day by Benoit Leguet 

  • Monday 11th december 2017, from 14h00 to 18h00
  • Centre de Conférence Pierre Mendes France, Ministère de l’Economie et des Finances, 139 Rue de Bercy, 75012 Paris

Climate Finance Day 2017 will take stock of climate action in the financial sector since COP21. It will showcase recent initiatives and innovations from the financial sector to accelerate the adoption of forward-looking strategies around the world. Those initiatives will be highlighted the following day at the occasion of the One Planet Summit that will be attented by international leaders, CEOs, and government representatives.

Plus d’information sur le Climate Finance Day ici


Moderation of the rountable “Bilan carbone global des projets de transport (infrastructure et exploitation)” par Benoit Leguet

  • Wednesday 13 decembre from 09h30 to 11h30
  • 15 Quai Anatole France, 75007 Paris
  • Paris Porte de Versailles

The issue of transport carbon emissions (whose relative weight increases significantly) is the subject of many reflections. A first regulation has made it compulsory to inform consumers of the CO2 emissions related to the services of transport  they are about to acquire. But the thinking and the methodologies are much less advanced with regard to major transport infrastructure projects.

Roundatble: (45 minutes)

•Modérateur : Pierre Ducret, President, I4CE – Institute for Climate Economics
•Philippe Ledenvic, President, Autorité Environnementale (CGEDD)
•Jérémie Pellet, ecteur général délégué, Agence Française de Développement (AFD)
•Jean-Marc Jancovici
•Ronan Dantec, Senator, Président de « Climate Chance »

More information by following this link


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Conference: Role of carbon pricing mechanisms in financing a sustainable transition to a low-carbon society

This meeting aims to bring together stakeholders to have an open discussion about the role that carbon pricing mechanisms, including carbon markets, can play in financing the transition to a low-carbon society, both in developing and developed countries.

Please find the program of the event here


Conference: Green Finance Research Advances

  • Thursday, December 14th, 2017
    from 9am to 6pm

A joint one-day research conference by:

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The research day aims to share updated knowledge on Green Finance through a discussion of current academic research focused on green bonds, corporate social responsibility, and climate-related financial risks.

The research day aims to share updated knowledge on Green Finance through a discussion of current academic research focused on green bonds, corporate social responsibility, and climate-related financial risks.

The event targets both an academic audience as well as professional actors interested in green finance innovation.

The day will be articulated around 4 main themes :

  1. Green bonds
  2. Socially responsible investment
  3. Financial risks related to climate change
  4. Innovative tools for green and sustainable finance

Please follow this link to pre-register for the event.
A final confirmation of registration will be sent to you before December 7th, with the detailed agenda for the day. 

11 Dec 2017

Meet I4CE during the “One Planet Summit” week

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