Webinar Recording | What’s Next for Sustainability and Climate Policy?

17 Nov 2020 | 15:00

The next twelve months will be defining in the fight against climate change, as many companies are focusing on becoming carbon neutral or carbon negative, and others work steadily at tools that build towards these goals. However, on the state, federal, and international level, there is a lack of coordination and leadership on sustainability policy, creating a unique opportunity for the private sector to take a central role in shaping policy and regulatory frameworks around climate investment, innovation, and infrastructure.

Join Monument Advocacy and Access Partnership for a discussion on what the future looks like for sustainability and climate policy at both international and U.S. level.

Speakers:

  • Gordon Mackay, Head of Multilateral Organizations and Climate Sustainability Lead, Access Partnership
  • John Mulligan, Partner and Co-Head of the Climate and Environment practice, Monument Advocacy
  • Tim Punke, Partner and Co-Head the Climate and Environment practice,  Monument Advocacy

Watch the recording here.

Webinar Recording | What’s Next for Sustainability and Climate Policy?

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