New York #1 - Taking a bite out of the climate action apple
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About the event
** EVENT SOLD OUT - Watch out for new NYC and US CCC events to be posted soon for 2019/20 **
So the day has finally come - Climate Cocktail Club is crossing the pond and kicking off the New York Chapter (NYC)! Taking advantage of the energy Climate Week has to offer, the inaugural NYC will showcase some of the finest actors in the climate and sustainability space - not to debate (there is no debate on these topics), but to provide a war cry for renewed climate action.
The event hosts a panel of globally renowned leaders and a room packed to the rafters of engaged enthusiasts from across the private and public sphere, kindly lubricated by an open bar. Innovation and inspiration is the order of the day, and we'll have that in spades. The event will be packed to the full 150 capacity!
19:15-20:15 Welcome and panel
Tom Popple, Co-Founder, Climate Cocktail Club, and Senior Manager Climate Change & Sustainability, Natural Capital Partners
Ray O'Neill, Co-Founder Climate Cocktail Club, and Co-Founder, Fincovi
Paige Janson, Chief Operating Officer, Resource Data Management, ENGIE Impact
Mike Kaplan, Chief Marketing Officer, ENGIE Impact
Luis Rabago, Communications, Director, Society, Diageo
Joel Makower, Co-Founder and Chairman, GreenBiz Group (Panel Chair)
Rasmus Skov, Head of Sustainability, Ørsted
Clemence Schmid, Brand and Retail Partnership Loop Global, TerraCycle
Lene Mi Ran Kristiansen, Sustainability Leader, GE Renewable Energy
Robert Metzke, Chief of Staff Innovation & Strategy, Global Head Sustainability, Philips
Entry only permitted ages 21 and over. ID will be checked.
ENGIE Impact delivers sustainability consulting and services to the most influential brands and cities across the globe. By harnessing deep resource data and analytics paired with a multidisciplinary team of experts, we deliver tailored roadmaps to pave the way for organization to achieve their aggressive sustainability targets. Our missions is to not only support enterprise businesses and governments in addressing their sustainability needs, but to accelerate this sustainability transformation. Events like Climate Week are critical in raising the awareness and facilitating collaboration to address climate action and drive progress.
Acre is a recruitment and leadership development consultancy specializing in the areas of Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability, Environment, Health & Safety (EHS), Renewable Energy, as well as Responsible Investment and ESG. With operations in London, New York and Amsterdam, Acre has built an unsurpassed reputation in supporting the sustainability agenda of clients such as Fortune 500 organizations, consultancies, and NGO’s by placing professionals across the globe – many of whom are now amongst the most influential leaders in the space. Acre strives to be at the intersection of commercial success and sustainability and at the same time catalyze positive social and environmental change through their consultants, clients, candidates, and business partners. Immersed in their market, Acre is also committed to bringing together industry experts to co-create thought leadership research and publish whitepapers around key topics ranging from Board Diversity, Impact Investing to Leadership Development in EHS. www.acre.com
Fincovi provides financial services, including SPV admin, to renewable energy sector. In a fixed yield market fincovi helps boost asset returns and reduce risk, enabling asset owners and fund managers to focus on raising more funds and acquiring more assets. Our end-to-end outsourced offering enables ambitious managers to work with a partner delivering best-in-class processes. fincovi is a specialised renewable energy financial back-office that leverages technology to drive down the cost-per-SPV and increase the consistency, reliability and timeliness of information flow between stakeholders. www.fincovi.com
The unavoidable greenhouse gas emissions of hosting this event (travel, energy, consumables, waste etc.) have been reduced to net zero via carbon offsetting. This activity has been supported by the community reforestation project delivered by TIST.
TIST: The International Small Group and Tree Planting Program
The TIST Program empowers subsistence farmers to improve their livelihoods, local environment, and global climate by planting trees on degraded or unused land and practicing conservation farming. In Small Groups, farmers share best practices, develop leadership skills, and promote gender equality. TIST farmers secure substantial economic and social benefits from these activities as well as 70% of the profits from the sale of carbon credits generated by TIST trees.
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