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When: 31 March 2021
Type: Webinar
Join WSG member firm, Shepherd and Wedderburn, as they host the webinar series Green Recovery: The Shift to Net Zero: From Ambition to Action. The first webinar in the series is titled Fit for Revolution?

Webinar Series: The Shift to Net Zero: From Ambition to Action

The UK Government's Energy White Paper, published on 14 December 2020, sets out a series of historic, cross-sector commitments designed to power the UK's transition to a net zero future.

Beginning on 31 March, join our legal experts for a free-to-attend series of virtual events bringing together speakers from industry, academia and government to discuss the transition to net zero and the impact of the 'Green Industrial Revolution' across the UK economy, including:
  • paying for zero carbon and investment in green infrastructure;
  • the impact on building design, construction and energy supply;
  • adapting our agricultural and rural industries;
  • the impact on data ownership, cyber security and privacy;
  • the future of transport; and
  • carbon capture and storage.

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First Event in the Series: Fit for Revolution?

When

Wednesday, March 31, 2021
10:00 am - 11:00 am (Luxembourg)

Our panelists will discuss how our existing institutions will need to evolve to support the 'Green Industrial Revolution'.

To realise the ambition of a "Green Industrial Revolution" our existing institutions need to think and act differently, so how will they do so? Chaired by Liz McRobb, a Partner from our energy and natural resources team, we invite you to put your questions to our panel, which will comprise Dermot Nolan, Director at Fingleton and former CEO at Ofgem, Nick Fincham, Director at Skylight Consulting and Chair of the Regulatory Policy Institute, and Gordon Downie, a Partner from our regulation and markets team.

In discussing these fundamental institutional challenges, we will aim to cover the following areas:
  • use of markets to deliver climate policy goals;
  • political and legal accountability; and
  • consumer participation and engagement.

In discussing these fundamental institutional challenges, we will aim to cover the following areas:
  • use of markets to deliver climate policy goals;
  • political and legal accountability; and
  • consumer participation and engagement.


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