Innovation Ecosystems for Sustainability
Concrete solutions to achieve the transition to sustainability right here, right now
A series of web-conferences organized by the Club of Rome-EU Chapter, in collaboration with EIRMA with the participation of JEE
SESSION 2: SUSTAINABLE FINANCES
Innovation Ecosystems for Sustainability is a new series of web-conferences hosted quarterly by the Club of Rome – EU Chapter’s Vice President, Cristina Vicini-Rademacher, and EIRMA, the European Industrial Research Management Association, with the participation of JEE, Junior Enterprises Europe Association.
The series aims at stimulating the multi-stakeholders dialogue to inspire co-creation, identify the challenges and highlight concrete joint solutions, disruptors, and catalysts in view of accelerating our transition to sustainability.
Each web-conference brings together decision makers from different sectors in the economy, from the youth, and from our international members’ communities.
In the best tradition of the Club of Rome – EU Chapter, sustainability is addressed from a systemic angle (technological, societal, financial, ethical, industrial, policy and governance-related, etc.), exploring where and how Europe’s Green Deal’s goals could be reached much faster.
Results from the Innovation Ecosystems for Sustainability web-conferences will be published quarterly, highlighting and sharing multi-stakeholder best practices, concrete tools, metrics, methodologies, and processes, for effective impact and food for thought along the sustainability roadmap.
Second conference in the Innovation Ecosystems for Sustainability series
- Are the terms “Sustainability” and “Finance” in contradiction or corroboration?
- What is the role and importance of finance in the development and adoption of innovation and thereby in the achievement of EU Green Deal’s sustainability goals?
- What is the role of the various stakeholders – from government to industry to education to the civil society – in shaping an ecosystem that is conducive to sustainable innovation?
- How far and how effectively can incentives, incentives shift, taxation and sanctions drive a faster path to innovation?
- Can private investment, and venture capital, as well as private financial institutions boost sustainable innovation? How to do it? What are the barriers and opportunities?
- Has COVID changed the innovation ecosystem and financial paradigm and opened new avenues for funding? Or was it the contrary?
- Hosted by Cristina Vicini-Rademacher - Vice-President (Club of Rome - EU Chapter) and Alex Nussem - Secretary General (EIRMA)
- Moderated by Anne Goldberg - Research & Innovation Expert (Task Force Responsible Innovation, EIRMA & Full Member, Club of Rome EU-Chapter)
- Thomas Van Craen – Managing Director (Triodos Bank)
- Anne Snick - Independent researcher in Responsible R&I, Board member (Club of Rome – EU Chapter); Fellow (World Academy of Art & Science)
- René Cotting – CFO (SmartEnergy Group)
- Rita Antunes – Secretary General and Head of Public Affairs (JEE Junior Enterprises Europe)
- For EIRMA members, FREE REGISTRATION,
- For non EIRMA members, Event fees: €30
Registration for Members below on this page, or/non members send an email to Carine Ternest
(NOTE: for information about the 1st session of the series, please contact Carine Ternest)
ORGANISATION ADDRESS / BIOGRAPHIES
-- CLUB OF ROME EU CHAPTER --
-- EUROPEAN INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION - EIRMA --
-- JEE --
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