What is needed to green the economy in a way that is fair and inclusive to everyone? Historically, developed countries, driven by the pursuit of progress and economic prosperity, have contributed the most to global emissions. The legacy of their carbon-intensive development has resulted in an imbalance that perpetuates climate injustice. In this webinar, we will have a closer look at factors that have driven emissions, the complexity of assigning contribution to specific countries and the intrinsic linkage between poverty and climate crisis reflected under the umbrella of a just transition.
You will learn about:
- Historical contribution of countries to global cumulative greenhouse gases (GHGs) emissions - The disparities of production-based and consumption-based emissions - The correlation between poverty and the climate crisis
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Meet the Speakers
Senior Climate Change Consultant
Duška is an experienced climate specialist who worked for 15+ years across a broad range of climate change related topics. She is an expert in the field of agriculture and forestry, mitigation and adaptation, renewables (natural resources potentials, sustainability) and assessing the environmental impact of energy projects (solar PVs, cables etc.). Duška worked as a researcher and consultant. She holds a MSc in Biology and a Postgraduate Ecoengineering degree from the University of Zagreb.
Head of Wholesale, responsAbility
Samuel is the head of wholesale distribution at responsAbility overseeing the fund-distribution network. He is also a frequent keynote speaker on sustainable and impact investing topics. Prior to his time at responsAbility, he worked with an investment advisory in Peru and Chile matching investors with local private equity opportunities. Samuel holds a bachelor degree in business administration and is working on his masters in finance focusing on sustainable finance at the University of Zürich.