Plenary 4: Net Zero in the US: a tailpipe dream?

A session by Trish Halper CFA, Dave Jones, James Leaton, Gerrit Ledderhof, Kelly Levin and Kristian Nammack
Wespath, UC Berkeley School of Law’s Center for Law, Energy & the Environment, Moody’s Investors Service, Aegon Asset Management, World Resources Institute and Hansa Impact

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  • State of play: is the US going to step up? Will the net-zero mission remain on a city and state level?
  • What would net-zero actually mean for US investments?
  • 5 years on from TCFD announcement at COP21 - how far have we come?
  • Update on the Partnership for Carbon Accounting Financials (PCAF)’s Global Carbon Accounting Standard consultation, and what it means for financial institutions?

  • Trish Halper, Deputy Chief Investment Officer, Wespath
  • Kelly Levin, Senior Associate; Director Of Tracking And Strengthening Climate Action, World Resources Institute
  • Dave Jones, Director, Climate Risk Initiative, UC Berkeley School of Law’s Center for Law, Energy & the Environment
  • Gerrit Ledderhof, Responsible Investment Manager, Aegon Asset Management
  • James Leaton, Vice President -ESG - Climate Risk, Moody’s Investors Service
  • Moderator: Kristian Nammack, Founder, Hansa Impact