Placed under the High Patronage of Mr Emmanuel Macron, President of the French Republic and under the Patronage of the French Minister for the Economy and Finance, the 5th edition of the Climate Finance Day will be dedicated to the theme “Financing a Just Transition”. It will take stock on the main achievements to date and showcase the most recent initiatives and innovations of the financial sector to accelerate the adoption of forward-looking strategies for a fast-changing world and a more inclusive economy, both for developing and developed countries.
Throwback in videos
on last year edition
The 4th edition of Climate Finance Day focused on the progress made towards the greening of the global financial system by central banks and supervisors, as well as climate action in financial institution. It highlighted the next steps for climate finance development, by showcasing the development and outreach of innovative products.
Part 1 | 09:00–11:00
What is alignment?
Progress measurement, alignment on Paris goals
Part 2 | 11:15–12:45
Financing a just transition :
- Just transition and policy
- The financial approach
Part 3 | 14:00–16:10
Parallel sessions :
- Financial tools for a just transition
- Biodiversity and climate
- Challenge Fintech for Tomorrow Awards
Part 4 | 15:45–18:00
Market authorities, a new stimulus?
With AMF, ESMA and IOSCO
#5th EDITION #CFD2019
The Climate Finance Day, is the annual “Rendez-Vous” to mobilize the world’s financial industry to make further commitments to fight climate change and showcase the most innovative solutions implemented by public and private actors to reach the Paris Agreement objectives.
Each year, a number of side events are organized around the Climate Finance Day, grouped under the label “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).
This whole week will gather in Paris from November 25 to 29 the financial and business community as well as civil society, local and public authorities.