Tuesday 21st May 2019

08:30 - 10:30

Committee Room G, House of Lords

Following on from previous PRASEG meetings looking into sustainable finance, this meeting, hosted by Lord Teverson, organised by Hume Brophy, and supported by PRASEG, presents an opportunity for parliamentarians to discuss the financial aspects of the energy transition with business, industry and the wider energy and climate community. 

Focussing the risks that climate change poses to companies, the importance of sustainability as a Board-level consideration, and the need for transparent measuring and reporting, the meeting will consider the role of government and parliamentarians in accelerating investments in sustainable practices and the energy transition.

Due to a shortage of spaces, this event is being promoted on an 'invite only' basis. If you are interested in attending, or for further information on this event, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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