9 Dec. at 10 am till 10 Dec. at 7 pm Futurs, 8 Place du Marché à Neuilly-sur-Seine 92200
9 am to 12 pm Centre Pierre-Mendès France at the French Ministry for the Economy and Finance
9 am to 12 pm MEDEF
9 am to 12:30 pm Caisse des dépôts
All day La Seine Musicale, Île Seguin – Boulogne-Billancourt
11 am to 8 pm Pavillon Cambon Capucines
10:30 am to 12:30 am Institut Italien de Culture
2pm to 8pm Conference Center IRIS
All day IFG Paris – INSEEC GROUP
From Saturday 9/12 at 10AM till Sunday 10/12 at 7PM
Futurs, 8 Place du Marché à Neuilly-sur-Seine 92200
#Hack4OurPlanet : « Acting together to gear up green solutions »
#Hack4OurPlanet : a 24 Hours challenge for creating Innovative Technological Solutions to meet the One Planet Summit’s expectations. On an open technology basis (Blockchain, big data, AI …), several team will create and propose tangible innovative solutions meeting at least one of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (Climate actions, Affordable and clean energy, Agriculture and Food, Clean water and sanitation, Sustainable cities and communities, Responsabible production and consumption, Partnerships for the goals). A team of Mentors will coach and support the technical and business model options of the candidates from Pitches will take place on Sunday 10 Dec at 17H in front of a Jury of experts. Top winning projects will have the opportunity to be incubated by the partners.
Registration : Open within limit of the venue capacity.
Centre Pierre-Mendès France at the French Ministry for the Economy and Finance
The Climate Finance Day will be preceded in the morning and at the same venue by the Mainstreaming! event, organized by AFD (Agence Française de Développement) and proposed by the IDFC (International Development Finance Club) and the Climate Action in Financial Institutions Initiative.
9AM to 12PM
MEDEF, 55 avenue Bosquet, Paris 7th
Territories, companies, financial operators: concrete solutions for the climate, private sector contributions in the framework of the Climate Summit: conference on Monday 11 December at the MEDEF
On the occasion of the World Climate Summit “One Planet Summit” on December 12 in Paris, Pierre Gattaz, President of MEDEF and Frédéric Sanchez, President of MEDEF International, are pleased to invite you to a conference on the contribution of the private sector in the fight against climate change. This conference will be held Monday, December 11, 2017 from 9am to 12pm at MEDEF, 55 avenue Bosquet, Paris 7th. This event is organized by MEDEF and MEDEF International in partnership with AFEP, C3D, CCI France, EDC, EpE, Global Compact France and Paris Europlace (Finance for Tomorrow). It will bring together mayors and governors, business leaders, leaders of major financial operators, political actors and civil society. During this sequence, the challenges faced by cities and territories, the investment needs, the solutions provided by companies and the financing methods for these projects will be discussed.
For any information, please contact Patricia Sefiane:
8h30AM to 12h30PM
Caisse des Dépots, 2 avenue Pierre Mendès-France, 75012 Paris, France
Transition at scale
How can the TCFD help governments and businesses reduce climate risks and achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement?
Since its formation at COP21 in Paris, the Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) has caught the attention of regulators, businesses and investors.
Join CDP, the Climate Disclosure Standards Board, We Mean Business and Finance for Tomorrow for a morning event to hear from policymakers, companies and reporting experts exploring how the TCFD recommendations will bring about transition at scale.
In 2015 the G20 Heads of State asked the Financial Stability Board (FSB) to establish a Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) addressing the risks to financial stability that climate change creates within the global economy. The mandate of the Task Force was to develop a set of recommendations for voluntary and consistent climate-related financial risk disclosures. These would then be used by companies, investors and other financial stakeholders to provide high-quality information in their mainstream flings. The Task Force delivered its recommendations to the FSB and the G20 in June 2017.
Please feel free to get in touch with Susanne Dräeger (email@example.com), should you have any questions.
La Seine Musicale, Île Seguin – Boulogne-Billancourt
11AM to 8PM
Pavillon Cambon Capucines • Paris 1er
Accelerate European Sustainable Finance
One day after the One Planet Summit, Novethic Annual Event will unite Europe’s major asset owners. The 10th edition of ESG strategies for responsible investors will focus on European practices to scale-up sustainable finance. From shareholder engagement to the divestment movement, the event will focus on forward-looking strategies to accelerate the transition to a low carbon and inclusive economy.
Event is strictly reserved to asset owners and institutional investors.
10h30AM to 12h30PM
Institut Italien de Culture, 50 Rue de Varenne, Paris 7e, France
Financial centres: mobilising capital to accelerate climate action
Italy’s Ministry of Environment, Paris EUROPLACE with its initiative Finance for Tomorrow and UN Environment are delighted to invite you to a high-level event setting out the role of the world’s leading financial centres in mobilizing capital to accelerate climate action.
The event will take place the day after the President Macron’s “One Planet Summit” which will celebrate the second anniversary of the Paris Agreement and will profile the work of the new international network of financial centres for sustainability, which originated under Italy’s 2017 G7 presidency.
The event will feature the launch of the network’s first ‘state of the art’ report prepared by UN Environment and the first report benchmarking financial centres in terms of green finance.
Speakers will include leading representatives from financial centres in China, France, Italy, Luxembourg, Morocco and UK and will be closed by keynote speeches from Ministers from Italy and France.
2PM to 8PM
Espace de conférences IRIS, 2 bis rue Mercoeur, 75011 Paris
Make Investments Green Again
To mark the two year anniversary of the Paris Climate Agreement at COP21, the European Movement-France, in partnership with the European Investment Bank, is hosting an afternoon of discussion and debate on the role of green investments in developing a more sustainable future for our planet, on Wednesday the 13th of December 2017.
Since the historic talks in December 2015 the progress made in the fight against climate change has suffered several blows, most notably the United States’ intention to withdraw from the agreement. Our event looks at how we can refocus global efforts and “Make Investments Green Again”.
With speakers from a variety of industries and backgrounds, this afternoon will explore the options available for investing in the projects of tomorrow, and how business leaders, political figures, actors from civil society, and members of the wider public can work together to build a greener future.
Green Finance Research Advances , a joint one –day research conference by Chair Finagri- IAE Sorbonne Business School / Institut Louis Bachelier/ I4CE Institut for Climate Economics
The research day aims to share updated knowledge on Green Finance current academic research and more specifically on the following topics: green bonds, corporate social responsibility, micro and macroeconomic baseline scenarios involving environmental risks.
The event is held by Institut Louis Bachelier on behalf of the research chairs and the institutional partners it represents, and Finagri Chair (Sorbonne Business School, Paris 1) funded by main actors of the agricultural sector to develop academic research on innovative financial mechanisms.. The day is divided into three academic sessions, one for each topic, encompassing the presentation of three academic papers followed by a round table gathering the researchers and a group of practitioners representing diverse opinions about the topic to be discussed (private and public banking institutions, asset managers, investment funds, insurance companies, corporate issuers…).
The Scientific Committee comprises Jean Boissinot (French Ministery of Finance), Morgan Després (Banque de France), Philippe Dessertine (IAE Paris Sorbonne), Benoît Leguet/Morgane Nicol (I4CE), Charles-Albert Lehalle (CFM, Paris et Imperial College, London), Anne-Claire Roux (Paris EUROPLACE/Finance for Tomorrow), Peter Tankov (ENSAE), Bertrand Villeneuve (Dauphine).