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- Published: 18 May 2020 18 May 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to deepen its impact on global affairs
19th May 2020 - 10am
Atkins and industrial sector partners are looking to develop insights as to what this may mean as to the impact on the ability for government, industrial and private sector actors to realise the Net Zero agenda.
During this panel discussion we are bringing together influential commentators to discuss the possible impacts of COVID-19 on:
› Global and domestic governance
› Domestic and international politics
› Behavioural and societal change
› Finance and risk
The discussion will seek to identify the risks and opportunities that a post COVID-19 world may present in addressing the net zero agenda.
To register for this event please visit: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/104532244758
Stuart McLaren is Technical Director of Carbon at Atkins
Julia King, The Baroness Brown of Cambridge DBE FREng FRS is an engineer, with a career spanning senior engineering and leadership roles in industry and academia
Anthony Hobley is the Executive Director of the Mission Possible Platform a partnership between the World Economic Forum and the Energy Transitions Commission
Dr Charles Donovan is Director of the Centre for Climate Finance & Investment
Bobby Duffy is Professor of Public Policy and Director of the Policy Institute, Kings College London.
Karen Hills MSC, BSC, FIEMA. Karen is Practice Director for the Atkins Planning and Environmental Consenting Practice