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For a Richer Planet: Carbon reduction and the role humans must play

13 November 2020
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Join us on Wednesday, November 18, from 11:00-12:00 GMT for an expert roundtable debate about how each of us can contribute to reducing global carbon emissions.

Reducing carbon is increasingly being viewed as something that as humans, we can work at together. But is this realistic? And how does humanising the issue make it more achievable?

At Quintet Private Bank, we believe the future belongs to people with an entrepreneurial mindset, who see the world differently and embrace counterpoint solutions to the challenges we face.

In that spirit, we are very pleased to invite you to a roundtable debate, about how individual actions can make a significant difference to this vast global problem.

Our speakers include journalists, leaders of NGOs, entrepreneurs and innovators from across Europe and the globe:

  • Alok Jha, Science Editor at The Economist
  • Peggy Liu, Chair of JUCCCE, an NGO dedicated to a greener China
  • Tom Savigar, founder of Avansere, a Norwegian firm that works with communities and companies to promote more sustainable models and mindsets
  • Josie Stoker, co-founder and CEO of Capture, an application that helps people track, reduce and remove CO2 emissions from everyday life
  • Olaf van der Veen, CEO of Orbisk, a Dutch company on a mission to make the world’s food system more sustainable.

James Purcell, Group Head of Sustainable Investment at Quintet Private Bank, will moderate this digital discussion.

Click here to register and seize this opportunity to engage in dialogue with our panel of experts.

To find out more about Quintet’s For a Richer Life initiative, please visit www.foraricherlife.com or @foraricherlife on Instagram.

Important Information
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The webinar recording is for information purposes only and will not provide you with investment advice or personalised recommendation for investment. The value of investments and any income from them may fluctuate and are not guaranteed. Investors may not get back the amount originally invested. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results. Currency fluctuations may cause the value of underlying investments to go up or down.


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