Climate scenarios are already widely used by corporations and financial institutions to assess climate risks and set pathways to net zero. However, despite the prevalence of these scenarios, less consideration has been given to their use in identifying new opportunities across markets and sectors. This session will help users more effectively draw insights from these scenarios that may help them to thrive in a rapidly changing world. This session will also explore the major scenarios in use today from the International Energy Agency, Network for Greening the Financial System, and Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and highlight their key assumptions.
October 26 and 27 in Lyon, France will mark the second edition of CarbonZero Global Conference and Exhibition, bringing together the most brilliant minds and top experts to find and outline the most effective and high-importance solutions for decarbonizing the cement and construction industry. The conference focuses on Alternative Fuels and Raw Materials used in cement and concrete production for reaching as close as zero CO2 emissions.
We are happy to announce as speaker Mr. David Carlin, an acknowledged authority on climate change and its implications for the financial system. He is the founder of Cambium Global Solutions, an advisor to governments, corporates, and financial institutions on climate and ESG topics. He has authored numerous reports that provide practical tools for financial actors looking to address climate change and has run capacity-building programs for financial institutions and supervisors around the world.
David will be speaking about “Identifying business opportunities in climate scenarios”
David Carlin: “The low-carbon transition will require shifts in the operating models of businesses across the economy. These shifts may create challenges and disruption, especially for high emitting sectors. However, they also present a generational opportunity for firms that are willing to capitalize on change.”
David is the head of climate risk and TCFD for the UN Environment Programme’s- Finance Initiative (UNEP FI). Over the past years, he has worked with over 100 global banks, investors, and insurers on climate scenarios, climate risk assessments, and climate governance He is an advisor to UNEP FI’s TNFD pilot program on nature and biodiversity related risks as well as the Net-Zero Banking Alliance (NZBA). He has also been a technical advisor to the Glasgow Financial Alliances for Net Zero (GFANZ). David is also a contributor to Forbes and a Senior Associate at Cambridge’s Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL).
David has worked as a Principal in Finance, Risk, and Public Policy for Oliver Wyman and in Model Risk Management for PNC Bank. His background is in quantitative modeling and decision science.
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