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Water Risk & Finance
30 May, 2013
Water has never been as high on the agenda as it is now. When more than two thirds of companies already consider water a substantial risk to their business (CDP 2012 survey) and some bank analysts predict that water could soon become scarcer than oil, investment in water and sanitation is set to soar.
Attend the Water Risk & Finance conference in London on 30 May 2013 for in-depth coverage of the increasing importance of water risk management and to assess the effects it will have on investment and corporate strategy.
As a member of China Water Risk, we are delighted to offer you a 30% discount if you book before 5 April 2013.
Areas of our programme which may be of particular interest to China Water Risk members include:
- The impact of a water supply crisis on industry and the opportunities for investment and innovation
- How some of the world’s leading companies are responding to the water challenge
- The widening infrastructure deficit and how to make finance flow
- The role of public and private finance in tackling the biggest challenges in the global water market
- ‘The true cost of water and the monetisation of blue risks’
- Putting a price on water – is water trading the right way forward for managing water resources?
- How carbon credits can help finance clean water in developing countries
Confirmed speakers include:
- Anthony Cox, Head of Climate, Biodiversity and Water Division, OECD
- Zoe Knight, Director, Climate Change Strategy, HSBC
- Javiera Charad, Environmental Sustainability Project Manager, Nestlé
- Marc-Olivier Buffle, Senior Equity Analyst & Head Industrials Research, RobecoSAM
- Johann Clere, Global Environmental Strategy Officer, Veolia Water
- Piet Klop, Senior Advisor for Responsible Investment, PGGM Investments
- Steve Kaye, Head of Innovation, Anglian Water
- Adrian Rimmer, CEO, The Gold Standard Foundation
- Cate Lamb, Head of Water, Carbon Disclosure Project
I hope that you will be able to join us at what promises to be a thought-provoking event.
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