The 8th edition of the Climate Finance Day will take place on Thursday, October 27th. Registrations will open in September!
Re live the best moments of the 7th edition
RE-WATCH THE WHOLE DAY OF CONFERENCE HERE
Direct links to the sessions below
Direct links to the sessions:
Opening Round Table 1 Fire side chat 1 Fire side chat 2 Dialogue Anne-Sophie Castelnau's Speech Fire side chat 3 Round Table 3 Fire side chat 4 Fire side chat 5 Carte Blanche François Villeroy de Galhau's Speech Anne Hidalgo's Speech
The Palais Brongniart is a historic monument built in 1826. The location effectively served as the lungs of financial activities in the 19thcentury, and is now one of the foremost convention and events center in Paris.
Paris For Tomorrow Week
More than just a “Climate Week”, the week-long series of events explores issues related to both financing and achieving the climate objectives and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDgs).
The Paris Financial Actors are taking the stand and speaking on the site of the Climate Finance Day, during the Paris for Tomorrow Week. This whole week will gather in Paris from October 21 to 29 the financial and business community as well as civil society, local and public authorities.
Launched in June 2017 as a branch of Paris EUROPLACE, Finance for Tomorrow is an initiative whose aim is to make green and sus- tainable finance a driving force in developing the Paris Financial Centre and positioning Paris as the leading financial centre on these issues.
Members of Finance for Tomorrow are signatories of a shared charter with the goal of redirecting financial flows of capital toward a low-carbon and inclusive economy, in line with the Paris Agreement and the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The initiative brings together more than 80 members and international observers representing the entire financial ecosystem (banks, investors, insurers, companies, professional bodies, extra-financial rating agencies, consultancies, think tanks, NGOs...), as well as municipalities (the City Paris and the Paris Region) and public authorities (the Ministries for the Economy & Finance and of the Ecological & Inclusive Transition, as well as the French Central Bank).