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The transpartisan collective « Accélérons », bringing together over 150 MPs, and I4CE – Institute for Climate Economics – are pleased to invite you to a conference on

Thursday 29th november from 9.00am til 12.30am

101 rue de l’Université, 75007 PARIS – Conference room Victor Hugo

This first event of the collective will provide an opportunity to take stock of climate investments in France, with the release of I4CE’s new edition of the Landscape of Climate Finance, and will enable MEPs from all political groups to propose reforms to accelerate these investments

A few months before the European elections, MPs will also engage with experts to discuss solutions to increase funding at the EU level for the climate transition.

Registration* for this event is now open, and the definitive program will be announced soon.

 

Program

Discussions will be conducted in french

Compulsory registration including your date and place of birth before November 22nd 2018. 

Finance for Tomorrow launches the “Finance for Tomorrow Week” organized this year from November 26-30. This whole week dedicated to the financing of Climate issues and Sustainable Development will gather every year, in Paris, the financial and business community with various side events. We are happy that our event “How can we accelerate climate change financing in France and in Europe?” is taking place during this major annual Rendez-vous.



Contact


Hadrien HAINAUT

Project Manager - Finance, Investment and Climate

Hadrien Hainaut is the current project manager of the Landscape of climate finance. He works on the collection and treatment of public data on energy and climate investments in France. His research provides the French public and private finance sector with an integrated approach to the tools and intermediaries of low-carbon capital formation. Prior to I4CE, Hadrien operated as a consultant on energy and climate policies at Futur Facteur 4 (Pierre Radanne) and I Care Environment. He developed and implemented innovative modelling tools to support the public debate on long-term energy policy planning in France. Hadrien holds a master degree in Environment, sustainable development and risk management from the Paris School of International Affairs (Sciences-Po).

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