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Investing for Net Zero with the Clean Growth Fund

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    TUESDAY 9th NOVEMBER 2021
    RSA, 8 John Adam Street, London, WC2N 6EZ

    Please arrive by 10am
    Sessions will finish at 1pm followed by a complimentary lunch

    The speed at which climate change is adversely impacting weather patterns hastens the urgency for us to act to tackle the climate crisis. The reality is we won’t get to net zero unless capital is channelled into creating, scaling and commercialising new technologies and solutions required to reach net zero.

    The Clean Growth Fund offers investors a wave of innovative technologies to accelerate the UK’s efforts to deliver net zero by 2050. Seeded by the UK government and CCLA, the fund targets the country’s most promising early-stage ‘clean growth’ companies that are pioneering carbon emission reductions in the areas of power and energy, buildings, transport and waste.

    This event will detail the opportunities to invest in the Clean Growth Fund and outline CCLA’s rationale for doing so. Speakers include Professor Christopher Rapley CBE, one of Britain’s most eminent climate scientists, Peter Hugh Smith, Chief Executive of CCLA, and Beverley Gower-Jones, Managing Partner of the Clean Growth Fund.

    Clean Growth Investment Management LLP is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority