Events

Planet Tracker’s experts are frequent speakers at international conferences and events across a broad range of subjects related to our programmes. You can see our upcoming events schedule below and use the links to register for those that interest you.

WORKSHOPS

Investing in Nature Workshop

May 29th, 2024 3:00 PM

The workshop series’ objective is to provide an overall understanding of the ways to invest in agrifood and forests and to raise the awareness of the participants on the need to assess their investments or portfolios’ deforestation and conversion exposure. The workshop will consist of three 1-hour sessions led by experts from Climate Bonds Initiative, Planet Tracker and The Forest Stewardship Council, covering Global Deforestation and Financing Mechanisms for Credible Transitions to Protect Forests, Green Finance Principles and Guidelines, and Agri-food/Forestry Criteria.

Places are limited. To express your interest in attending the workshop please complete the form linked below and you will be informed if you have been successful in getting a place on or before 24 May 2024.

Registration qualifies you for a space in all three workshop sessions, beginning on 29 May.

WORKSHOP SESSIONS AND SCHEDULE

  • Global Deforestation and Financing Mechanisms for Credible Transitions to Protect Forests | 29 May 2024 | 15:00-16:00 BST
  • Green Finance Principles and Guidelines | 20 June 2024 | 15:00-16:00 BST
  • Agri-food/Forestry Criteria | 19 September 2024 | 15:00-16:00 BST
WEBINAR

Ripple Effects – Why Textiles Need to Get Serious About Water Risk

3:00 pm GMT, 5 June 2024

Join Richard Wielechowski, Senior investment Analyst (Textiles) at Planet Tracker and Shama Perveen (Ph.D), Director, Water Research at Ceres for this EU Green Week webinar aimed at apparel corporates and their investors.

They will consider what major apparel corporates presently reveal about their water impacts and dependencies of their operations and supply chain and why they need to develop “water transition” plans for both environmental, social and business reasons

Water Stress is already significant in many major apparel supplying regions. Since projected changes in water stress are also often significant and paired with sanitation/drinking water concerns, they pose a problem for brands/retailers attempting to move to a sustainable business model.

LIVE EVENT

Forest & Agriculture Investment Summit

12-13 June 2024

FAIS helps investors understand how they should react to future challenges. The drive towards net zero is putting an even greater emphasis on investments into carbon accretive assets.

Our CEO Robin Millington will be speaking at the Forest & Agriculture Investment Summit on The Role of Nature in Net Zero.