Sharkey will discuss his career, what led him to take on the UK's water companies and regulators to clean up our polluted waterways, and what individuals and businesses can do to stop and reverse this damage.
Other speakers during the summit will include representatives from TRACE, A4S, the British Business Bank, Business for Nature, and broadcaster Monty Halls.
Speakers will discuss the issues facing business leaders, NGOs, and financial institutions to enable them to drive meaningful change on climate and biodiversity issues.
The free events are organised by ICAEW's Sustainability and Climate Change Community, and will be spread over five days, from Monday 13 November to Friday 16 November, with two hour-long sessions per day.
Richard Spencer, ICAEW Director, Sustainability, said:
“Climate is the most important business issue of our time, and our summit will offer attendees the opportunity to hear from some of the leading thinkers in this space, offering their insights into how to tackle the issues that businesses of all sizes currently face.
“We have a packed programme in place and look forward to welcoming everyone to this year's online event.”
The summit will focus on the following topics:
Monday 13 November:
Financing the transition: how we boost growth in transition finance; funding for net zero.
Tuesday 14 November:
Energy transition: what's stopping renewables; reducing your energy demand.
Wednesday 15 November:
Climate tech and data: future proof your firm with carbon accounting; tools to support your transition plan.
In-person event with Feargal Sharkey at Chartered Accountants' Hall.
Thursday 16 November:
Getting in touch with nature: Danger in our waters; is a nature positive economy achievable?
Friday 16 November:
A new age of accounting: sustainability and innovation; disrupting the system: do we need to change accounting?
Register here to attend the Summit, and here to sign-up for the Feargal Sharkey event.
Participants can join ICAEW's Sustainability and Climate Change Community free of charge.
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