This Executive Seminar provides professionals with a complete overview of financial instruments used to achieve a low-carbon economy and a deeper understanding of how these can be better targeted at financing needs in both developed and developing countries. The Executive Seminar analyzes the role of international finance institutions and the public sector; the possible ways to scaling up climate finance in developing countries; and the different national paths to contribute to the Paris Agreements. Finally, participants learn about the EU Emission Trading System as a key instrument to finance the low carbon economy in Europe.
The Paris Climate Agreement approved at the COP21 in December 2015 is a cornerstone in climate policy worldwide. To achieve its objective of limiting the rise of global mean temperature to +2°C compared to the preindustrial period, a shift in the allocation of finance flows will be necessary. While climate change is expected to substantially modify patterns of capital investments from carbon-intensive activities to investments compatible with a 2°C pathway, this poses new risks and as well as opportunities for investors and financial institutions.
The Executive Training is developed for:
Course Fee: 1,500 € | Early bird 10% discount for registrations by 10 March 2019
A discount of 25% will be offered to European and national civil servants, as well as to members of NGOs.
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