As we enter fall/winter, the world is grappling with what the conflict in Ukraine will mean for energy supplies in Europe and beyond. As energy prices soar and countries consider energy rationing, a reactionary boom in fossil fuel investment risks locking the world into (Climate Action Tracker). But the evidence is clear; just last year the IEA published a realistic pathway to Net Zero and clearly stated that there is “no need for investment in new fossil fuel supply.”
So how does the world balance short-term shocks with the long-term need for clean, secure energy supplies? This webinar will explore the finance industry’s role in accelerating the energy transition. It will explore what these trade-offs mean for real time investment decision-making, including what clean energy solutions are available to investors in the immediate, short, and long term.
Portfolio Manager, Lombard Odier Climate Transition Fund
Paul has 27 years investment experience and has been managing sustainable investment strategies, with a particular emphasis on climate change for the last 18 years. Paul joined LOIM in September 2019, his previous experience includes Temporis...
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