About Climate Transformed

We are the pragmatists determined to provide the investment framework essential for a more sustainable global economy.

Via unique access to a world class network of professionals

Climate Transformed brings together the world’s greatest and most influential minds to answer one basic question:

How do we execute the most wide-ranging investment narrative of our lifetime?

Climate Transformed will produce over 500 hours a year of live interactive interviews with the investors, innovators, and corporate leadership that has been charged overseeing a $100tn capital allocation. Across sixteen sustainability verticals, we delve into the technologies, policies, and funding required for a decarbonized and more sustainable global economy.

We do this by hosting interviews with over 1000 corporate leaders driving change.

With daily content and dozens of half-day forums, our sole objective is thought leadership on the most pressing economic problem we face.

Every week you will be able to...

Unlimited Free Access to all Live Virtual Forums and Conferences
Engage directly with world class experts each day, via live streamed interactive interviews
Access to the Climate Transformed rich archive of virtual content
Review focused industry reports & indepth analysis on today’s most pressing climate themes
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Water/Ocean Sustainability
The ocean generates 50 percent of the oxygen we need, absorbs 25 percent of all carbon dioxide emissions and captures 90 percent of the excess heat generated by these emissions. It is not just ‘the lungs of the planet’ but also its largest ‘carbon sink’ – a vital buffer against the impacts of climate change - the UN
Sustainable Finance
A rethinking of how we invest for long-term impact is essential if the $100tn required to transition the global economy is to be done efficiently
Supply Chain Optimization
If you cant measure it, you cannot manage it.
The most straightforward part of the transition as consumer preferences play less of a role. Driven by policy, it is the most mature segment. Still, yet to solve many of the scaling concerns such as storage, intermittency and the role of utilities.
The quest for a truly circular economy requires incredible innovation and breathtaking logistics. Are we up to the task?
The future of power in the 2030s or a costly addition to a renewable mix?
Hard to Abate Industries
The one area of the economic transition with the greatest opportunity for innovation and impact. Thousands of supply chains need to transition equaling thousands of billion-dollar opportunities
Grid Modernization
We need to double electricity production by 2050. Current infrastructure cannot handle this. We need a decentralized power revolution.
Fossil Fuels
Calls for defunding fossil fuels fail to appreciate the dire consequences for the global economy, especially the developing world or spiking oil prices. That said, our current path is unsustainable. Only a pragmatic approach will achieve net zero and a healthy global economy
Electric Vehicles
A global rollout of electric vehicles will be incredibly difficult until price parity is achieved. China to lead, US to lag. The commodity supply chain is a huge issue.
Editors’ Picks
Each week we select the best of our content to give our subscribers easy access to the most-engaging and informative content to feature on our channel
Commercial Transportation
Shipping and Aviations are the engine of a globalized world and yet, will be some of the more difficult sectors to clean up. A radical transformation is required but how?
Climate Policy
The only way to achieve $100tn of infrastructure spending is through the coordination of all stakeholders with government policy as the epicenter.
Carbon Markets
Carbon markets are an important stepping stone on the path to net zero. While reduction and removal are the key, offsetting plays an important role in the transition
Battery Technology
Global battery supply chains is the leading geopolitical quandary for the energy transition. The scramble for commodities, localized supply and chemistry innovation will determine not only the success of EV but the renewable rollout as well
Alternatives Fuel
Current sustainable fuel alternatives are not scalable. Are we too quick to dismiss the role of biofuels? Is hydrogen the holy grail or a red herring?
Agricultural Sciences
In the next 30 years we will double the number of calories consumed and yet we need to reduce the number of C02E by 7GT. It is one of the great challenges of our decarbonization journey
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