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Climate Change Summit – Solutions for the future

A partner broadcast. October 4-5, 2022

Climate Change Summit is a large event in Central and Eastern Europe dedicated to solutions for the climate change challenges we are facing today and tomorrow. The Summit takes place amid geopolitical and geoeconomics shifts at an inflection point of how societies look at desired futures.

Join us on October 4 and 5, 2022, on We Don’t Have Time, live from Bucharest, and participate in conversations about climate change solutions, green economy opportunities and climate action. Read more about the event.


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October 4

Live soon

9:00–9:30 — Understanding the present before imagining the future

  • Hans van der Loo, Chairman, Institute For Integrated Economic Research

9:30–10:00 — Financing the climate transformations

  • Anna Akhalkatsi, Country Manager Romania & Hungary, World Bank

10:00–10:30 — The euro-Atlantic climate security environment

  • Giedrimas Jeglinskas, Assistant Secretary General, NATO

10:30–11:30 — Sustainable investments for climate

  • Eila Kreivi, Chief Sustainable Finance Advisor, European Investment Bank

11:30–12:15 — How do we finance a new economic model?

  • Stefania Racolta-Cruceru, Associate Director, Head of EU Green Finance EBRD;
  • Linda Zeilina, Founder, The International Sustainable Finance Center
  • Kokou Agbo-Bloua, Global Head of Economics, Cross-Asset and Quant Research, Groupe Societe Generale

12:15–14:00 — Sustainable business making

  • Hacina Py, Chief Sustainability Officer, Groupe Societe Generale

14:00–14:30 — Brave new world: facing challenges and seizing opportunities

  • Andreas Beckmann, CEO for CEE, WWF

14:30–15:00 — Green economy transitions

  • Mark Campanale, Founder, Carbon Tracker

15:00–15:30 — How can the UN support climate solutions?

  • Vladislav Kaim, UN Secretary-General Youth Advisor on Climate Change

15:30–16:15 — How do we make the shift to a new economic model?

  • Francois Bloch, CEO, BRD Groupe Societe Generale
  • Cecilia Tudor, Managing Director Renault South Eastern Europe
  • Cosmin Vladimirescu, Country Manager Mastercard Romania & Croatia

16:15–17:00 — Why climate change is a global health challenge

  • Dr. Maria Neira, Director, Public Health, WHO

October 5

Live soon

8:00–8:10 — Introductory remarks

  • Ciprian Stănescu, Host & President of Social Innovation Solutions

8:10–8:30 — Changing the paradigm of climate change: solutions

  • Ingmar Rentzhog, Founder and CEO, WeDontHaveTime.org

8:30–9:00 — Sustainable finance in CEE

  • Linda Zeilina, Founder, The International Sustainable Finance Center

9:00–9:30 — How youth can solve the climate future

  • Julieta Martinez, Founder, Tremendas Chile

9:30–10:00 — Creating optimism during an existential crisis

  • Daniel Huertas, Producer, BBC 'The Earthshot Prize: Repairing Our Planet'

10:00–10:30 — Can renewables be a long-term solution?

  • Mark Sadler, Climate Funds Manager, World Bank
  • Corina Murafa, energy expert
  • Mark Campanale, Founder,  Carbon Tracker
  • Teodora Vasâlca-Cimpoi, NewsEnergy (moderator)

10:30–11:30 — The future of planet Earth

  • Chris Hines, Founder, A Grain of Sand

12:15–14:00 — How environment and business work together

  • Emmanuel Martinez, Chief Environment Economist, Société Générale

14:00–14:30 — Re-building solutions for the future

  • Andreas Kipar, Landscape Architect & LAND Co-Founder

14:30–15:00 — The past and future of climate change in cities

  • Oliver Harman, Cities Economist, Oxford University

15:00–15:30 — Leveraging emerging technologies to accelerate climate actions in Eastern Europe

  • Alastair Marke, Director-General, Blockchain & Climate Institute

15:30–16:00 — How a 65-million-year-old fish can be our future

  • Alex Găvan, Environmentalist and High-altitude climber

16:00–16:30 — Impact based finance & natural capital futures

  • Eric Schoumsky, Head of Natural Capital, Impact-Based Finance Department, Groupe Societe Generale
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Program highlights

October 4

9:00–9:30 — Understanding the present before imagining the future

  • Hans van der Loo, Chairman, Institute For Integrated Economic Research

9:30–10:00 — Financing the climate transformations

  • Anna Akhalkatsi, Country Manager Romania & Hungary, World Bank

10:00–10:30 — The euro-Atlantic climate security environment

  • Giedrimas Jeglinskas, Assistant Secretary General, NATO

10:30–11:30 — Sustainable investments for climate

  • Eila Kreivi, Chief Sustainable Finance Advisor, European Investment Bank

11:30–12:15 — How do we finance a new economic model?

  • Stefania Racolta-Cruceru, Associate Director, Head of EU Green Finance EBRD;
  • Linda Zeilina, Founder, The International Sustainable Finance Center
  • Kokou Agbo-Bloua, Global Head of Economics, Cross-Asset and Quant Research, Groupe Societe Generale

12:15–14:00 — Sustainable business making

  • Hacina Py, Chief Sustainability Officer, Groupe Societe Generale

14:00–14:30 — Brave new world: facing challenges and seizing opportunities

  • Andreas Beckmann, CEO for CEE, WWF

14:30–15:00 — Green economy transitions

  • Mark Campanale, Founder, Carbon Tracker

15:00–15:30 — How can the UN support climate solutions?

  • Vladislav Kaim, UN Secretary-General Youth Advisor on Climate Change

15:30–16:15 — How do we make the shift to a new economic model?

  • Francois Bloch, CEO, BRD Groupe Societe Generale
  • Cecilia Tudor, Managing Director Renault South Eastern Europe
  • Cosmin Vladimirescu, Country Manager Mastercard Romania & Croatia

16:15–17:00 — Why climate change is a global health challenge

  • Dr. Maria Neira, Director, Public Health, WHO

October 5

8:00–8:10 — Introductory remarks

  • Ciprian Stănescu, Host & President of Social Innovation Solutions

8:10–8:30 — Changing the paradigm of climate change: solutions

  • Ingmar Rentzhog, Founder and CEO, WeDontHaveTime.org

8:30–9:00 — Sustainable finance in CEE

  • Linda Zeilina, Founder, The International Sustainable Finance Center

9:00–9:30 — How youth can solve the climate future

  • Julieta Martinez, Founder, Tremendas Chile

9:30–10:00 — Creating optimism during an existential crisis

  • Daniel Huertas, Producer, BBC 'The Earthshot Prize: Repairing Our Planet'

10:00–10:30 — Can renewables be a long-term solution?

  • Mark Sadler, Climate Funds Manager, World Bank
  • Corina Murafa, energy expert
  • Mark Campanale, Founder,  Carbon Tracker
  • Teodora Vasâlca-Cimpoi, NewsEnergy (moderator)

10:30–11:30 — The future of planet Earth

  • Chris Hines, Founder, A Grain of Sand

12:15–14:00 — How environment and business work together

  • Emmanuel Martinez, Chief Environment Economist, Société Générale

14:00–14:30 — Re-building solutions for the future

  • Andreas Kipar, Landscape Architect & LAND Co-Founder

14:30–15:00 — The past and future of climate change in cities

  • Oliver Harman, Cities Economist, Oxford University

15:00–15:30 — Leveraging emerging technologies to accelerate climate actions in Eastern Europe

  • Alastair Marke, Director-General, Blockchain & Climate Institute

15:30–16:00 — How a 65-million-year-old fish can be our future

  • Alex Găvan, Environmentalist and High-altitude climber

16:00–16:30 — Impact based finance & natural capital futures

  • Eric Schoumsky, Head of Natural Capital, Impact-Based Finance Department, Groupe Societe Generale
Climate Change Summit – Solutions for the future

Selected speakers

Ingmar Rentzhog

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CEO and Founder of We Don't Have Time

Ingmar is serial entrepreneur within financial communication and nominated for a DI Gasell Award, Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of The Year, Sweden’s Environmental Influencer 2018, and International Gamechanger of the Year 2020, and Green Warrior 2021. Ingmar Rentzhog has been the chairman of the environmental think tank Global Challenge. He is on the board of Naventus Corporate Finance. He’s a member of Al Gore’s Climate Reality and European Climate Policy Task Force and he was in 2022 appointed a European Climate Pact Ambassador by the European Commission.

https://www.wedonthavetime.org

Ciprian Stănescu

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President, Social Innovation Solutions

Ciprian is leading the Social Innovation Solutions ecosystem, a group of organizations with a mission to empower individuals and organizations to understand future transformations and to develop sustainable solutions. SIS runs various educational programs in CEE, and the global conversation platform Climate Change Summit. He worked for 12 years for international organizations like Ashoka and the Aspen Institute, is a Global Shaper Alumni of the World Economic Forum, a Board Member of Rethink Romania, and a member of the Romanian Business Leaders community. As he strongly believes in the power of conversations, starting with 2023, Ciprian is hosting the ”Pro Verde” sustainability talk show at Stirile Pro TV. He teaches foresight and sustainability at The Entrepreneurship Academy in Bucharest. He has recently completed programs in sustainable finance and circularity at the Harvard Business School and the Cambridge Judge Business School.

François Bloch

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CEO at BRD - Groupe Societe Generale

François Bloch has been Chief Executive Officer of BRD, Societe Generale's subsidiary in Romania, since 2016. Prior to this, he was First Deputy Chairman of Rosbank from 2012 to 2016. He began his career at Societe Generale group in 1990 within Fimat, the brokerage subsidiary, working on Futures markets, where he has held various positions in France, Germany and in the USA. In 2008, François Bloch was appointed Head of Strategy and Integration at Newedge. In 2009 he joined Societe Generale's Risk division as Global Head of Credit Risk - Countries and Financial Institutions. François Bloch is a graduate from Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et de l'Administration Économique (ENSAE).

Klaus Iohannis

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President of Romania

Klaus Iohannis is the fourth Romanian President elected after December 1989. Klaus Iohannis attended the German school in Sibiu, then the “Samuel von Brukenthal” High School in the same city. In 1978 he was admitted to the Faculty of Physics of the “Babeș Bolyai” University in Cluj-Napoca. In 1983, he started teaching at several schools around Sibiu, and five years later, he was teaching physics, alongside his former teachers, at the same high school he had graduated from. He began his political career in 1990, when he became a member of the Democratic Forum of Germans in Romania (DFDR), which he subsequently led for over a decade. At the end of the 1990s, after 15 years as a teacher, Klaus Iohannis rose to the leadership of the education system in the county of Sibiu, a very important stage in shaping his public profile. In 2000, he was the Forum’s nominee in the Sibiu mayoral elections, winning over 70% of the votes. During his second term as mayor, Sibiu became the “European Capital of Culture” in 2007, alongside Luxembourg. This project brought along the opportunity to prove his professionalism and leadership qualities. On 16 November 2014, Klaus Iohannis was elected President of Romania, winning Romanians’ trust with his vision – Romania of Things Well Done (România lucrului bine făcut) – outlining a plan for our country to evolve over the course of the next ten years. Five years later, Klaus Iohannis ran for a new term in the 2019 presidential elections with the program Together for a Normal Romania (Împreună pentru România Normală). President Klaus Iohannis has been awarded numerous state honorary distinctions and prestigious international awards for his contribution to the promotion of democratic values, transparency, the rule of law and the fight against corruption, such as the Charlemagne Prize, awarded by the City of Aachen (2020), the Emperor Otto Prize of Magdeburg (2020), the European Coudenhove-Kalergi Award (European Coudenhove-Kalergi Society, 2020), the Franz Josef Strauss Award (Hanns Seidel Foundation, 2018), the Light Unto the Nations Prize (American Jewish Committee, 2017) or the Martin Buber Plaque (Euriade Foundation, 2016).

Anna Akhalkatsi

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Country Manager for Romania and Hungary, Europe and Central Asia region, World Bank

Anna Akhalkatsi is the World Bank Country Manager for Romania and Hungary. She oversees the World Bank’s program and leads policy dialogue with government counterparts, private sector, civil society and other relevant constituencies in the two countries. A Georgian national, Ms. Akhalkatsi first joined the World Bank in 1999 as an economist in Tbilisi, Georgia. She then became the country representative for the International Finance Corporation (IFC) in Georgia before moving to Washington D.C., where she worked on strategy, small business finance and firm capability, value chains and agribusiness issues. Subsequently, Ms. Akhalkatsi acted as Regional Lead for IFC’s Cross-Cutting Advisory Solutions in the region of Latin America and Caribbean. Prior to taking up her new post in Romania she was the World Bank Country Manager for Moldova.

Giedrimas Jeglinskas

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Assistant Secretary General, NATO

Giedrimas has overall responsibility for management of the NATO headquarters, and is the Secretary General’s primary advisor for NATO-wide management issues. Before assuming his current post, Mr. Jeglinskas served as the Vice-Minister of Defence of Lithuania beginning in 2017. From 2010 to 2017, Mr. Jeglinskas worked as Vice President in Corporate Banking at Citigroup. Mr. Jeglinskas graduated from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point with a BSc in Political Science and Computer Science. He holds an MA in National Security Studies from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service in Washington, DC and an MBA in Strategy and Finance from Columbia Business School in New York.

Eila Kreivi

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Chief Sustainable Finance Advisor European Investment Bank, Luxembourg

Eila Kreivi is Chief Sustainable Finance Advisor at the European Investment Bank since February 2022. From April 2011 until end of January 2022, she headed the Capital Markets Department of the EIB, as its Director. Before that, she was the Head of Funding for the Americas, Asia & Pacific. Between March 2018 and January 2022, she was an alternate member of the Board of Directors of the European Investment Fund (EIF). Prior to joining the financing arm of the European Union in 1995, Eila Kreivi worked at the Union Bank of Finland and Société Générale, in Helsinki and in Paris. She holds a Master of Science degree in Economics from the University of Abo Akademi in Finland. In addition to her native language of Finnish, she is fluent in English, French and Swedish. Eila Kreivi chaired the Executive Committee of the Green Bond Principles in 2015-2018. She has represented the EIB at the EU High-level Expert Group on Sustainable Finance in 2017 2018, established by the European Commission. Between 2018 and September 2020, she also represented the EIB at the European Commission’s Technical Expert Group on Sustainable Finance created in 2018. Since October 2020, she is a member of the Platform on Sustainable Finance, an advisory body created by the European Commission. In July 2020, she was elected as member of the Board of Directors of the International Capital Market Association (ICMA).

Stefania Racolta-Cruceru

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Head of Climate Strategy & Regional Delivery for Central and South Eastern Europe, EBRD

Stefania joined EBRD in 2006 and worked on the design and implementation of several Sustainable Energy Finance Facilities. Subsequently, she headed the New Product and Business Development activities in her team, was then in charge of the relationship with EU and bilateral donors on green financing instruments and, more recently, is coordinating green policy engagement in the CSEE Region. Prior to joining EBRD, Stefania was the Head of Liaison with Financial Institutions under the UNDP/GEF Energy Efficiency programme in Romania and her career also includes various roles in Trade Finance, Credit Risk and Corporate Finance departments of commercial banks. Stefania graduated from the Academy of Economic Studies in Bucharest, specializing in International Economic Relations.

Linda Zeilina

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CEO, The International Sustainable Finance Center

Linda is Founder and CEO of ISFC, overseeing the strategic development of the think tank and its work on sustainable investing. Linda is a Fellow at the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA), and until recently was Think Visegrad Fellow at EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy, providing expertise on sustainable finance. Linda is also the 2021 Policy Leader Fellow at the European University Institute's (EUI) School of Transnational Governance.

Kokou Agbo-Bloua

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Global Head of Economics, Cross-Asset and Quant Research, UK Head of Research at Société Générale

Kokou joined SG CIB in 2014 as Global Head of Engineering for Global Equity Flow (GEF) before taking the leadership of the Flow Strategy & Solutions team within Global Markets Financial Engineering. In June 2020, he was appointed Global Head of Economics, Cross-Asset & Quant Research, in addition to his role as Head of Flow Strategy & Solutions. Previously, he was Head of Equity & Derivative Strategy Europe at BNPP in London, where he was responsible for European fundamental equity strategy, derivatives parameters, global cross-asset themes and convertible bonds strategy. Prior to this, he started his career on the trading side as a portfolio manager at Goldman Sachs Principal Strategies (GSPS) and then a derivatives trader at JP Morgan. Born in Togo and educated in China, where he spent 12 years of his life, Kokou Agbo-Bloua graduated with an MSc in Management from HEC School of Management in Paris in 2002 and completed his post-graduate studies in Finance at the Anderson School of Management at UCLA. Kokou is a frequent contributor to the financial news media, with regular appearances on Bloomberg TV and CNBC.

Hacina Py

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Chief Sustainability Officer, Societe Generale Group

Hacina Py joined Societe Generale in 1995 and has developed as a seasoned banker through various positions, both in structured finance and in corporate roles. Hacina was appointed Global Head of Export Finance in 2015. She led the transformation of the business line with a strong sustainability focus and took over the position of Head of Impact Finance Solutions in 2019. Hacina graduated from the EM Strasbourg business school and studied finance at Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh.

Andreas Beckmann

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CEO for CEE, WWF

A passionate change maker and organisation builder. Regional CEO of WWF-CEE (formerly WWF Danube-Carpathian Programme), active across 10 countries of Central and Southeastern Europe. Experience in strategy, policy, marketing and environmental issues as well as working across sectors from government to business and non-profit.

Mark Campanale

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Founder, Carbon Tracker Initiative

Mark is the founder of the Carbon Tracker Initiative, a non-profit think tank with offices in the US and UK, having enjoyed a career in sustainable finance for 20 years. Carbon Tracker is best known for its work on ‘stranded assets’ and the ‘carbon bubble’ and providing transition analysis for the members of Climate Action 100+ These concepts are also used by the fossil fuel divestment movement; and for investors & regulators, in how to set decarbonisation pathways for the fossil fuel sector.

Vladislav Kaim

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Youth Climate Advisor to the UN Secretary General

Vladislav Kaim is a young Moldovan economist and climate action and sustainability advocate with vast experience at the UN level, as well as on multiple national and local platforms in Eastern European region. His main fields of advocacy have been green jobs for youth, just transition, green and sustainable economic growth and reforms to the multilateral climate finance agenda. In July 2020, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres appointed Mr Kaim to be one of his Youth Advisors on Climate Change and oversee the implementation of his Climate Strategy. Vladislav is also the contact point on green jobs at YOUNGO, official youth constituency to the UNFCCC, and 2021 IMF Youth Fellow.

Dr. Maria Neira

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Director, Department of Environment, Climate Change and Health, World Health Organization

Dr Maria P. Neira was appointed Director of the Department of Environment, Climate Change and Health at the World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland in September 2005. Prior to that, she was Vice-Minister of Health and President of the Spanish Food Safety Agency. She had previously held several senior positions in WHO. Dr Neira began her career as a medical coordinator working with refugees in the Salvador and Honduras for Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders). Dr Neira is a Spanish national, and a medical doctor by training. She specialized in Endocrinology and Metabolic Diseases; and Public Health. Dr Neira has been awarded the Médaille de l'Ordre national du Mérite by the Government of France and is a member of the Academy of Medicine, Asturias, Spain. In 2019, Dr Neira was nominated as one of the world’s most influential people in climate policy, her work has been recognized in raising awareness on health, climate and air pollution.

Julieta Martinez

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Founder, Tremendas Chile

Co-founder of the Latinas for Climate Movement, Julieta Martiínez, 18, is a climate and gender equality activist. Member of the UN Women Youth Task Force Beijing +25. Founder of the regional Action Platform TREMENDAS, which promotes the empowerment of young women, teenagers, and young people by inviting them to use their talents and/or skills to generate social impact. This community currently consists of over 200 young women and people from all over Chile and Latin America, who work together under the SDG. She Martinez is the co-founder of the Latinas for Climate movement, a WWF ambassador, and a member of the Ashoka Young Agents of Change Network.

Daniel Huertas

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Producer / Director, ”The Earthshot Prize: Repairing Our Planet”

Daniel has worked in Natural History documentary making for over 15 years, with credits including BBC’s ‘Natural World: My Congo’, BBC Earth’s feature film 'Earth: One Amazing Day' and the Netflix/WWF Emmy Award winning ‘Our Planet’ project. He made a documentary about the finance sector's destruction, and potential restoration, of the natural world, in ‘Our Planet: Too Big to Fail’. Recently, Dan has created a short film with Sir David Attenborough, on halting global deforestation, for world leaders at COP26, and Produced and Directed the first episode of the BBC/Discovery series 'The Earthshot Prize: Repairing Our Planet', entitled 'Protect and Restore Nature', with Sir David and Prince William.

Corina Murafa

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Energy Policy Expert

Corina Murafa was leading until recently Next Now/Planet & Climate and Ashoka Romania. Prior to joining Ashoka, she advanced long-lasting positive change in Eastern Europe as a public policy expert on energy and sustainability. She has worked for the World Bank, OMV Petrom, Deloitte, national governments and think tanks.

Teodora Vasâlca-Cimpoi

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Owner and Founder, NewsEnergy.ro

Senior business journalist with almost 20 years of experience in the energy sector, founder of NewsEnergy.ro, a media platform that was nominated a Climate Pact Ambassador by the European Commission. Currently, I am also a communications expert on Energy & Climate Change for EM360 Group, moderator of Energy Trends - a series of video debates dedicated to energy transition co-produced with EM360.

Loïc Van Cutsem

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Director Global Partnerships and DACH-CEE region, BeeOdiversity

Loïc is a passionate changemaker, father and learner. Responsible for BeeOdiversity´s global partnerships and expansion in the DACH and CEE region. BeeOdiversity provides measurement tools, advice and nature-based solutions to help corporates and public actors improve biodiversity and reduce pollution. For example, their innovative BeeOmonitoring solution allows them to monitor industrial and agricultural pollutants, plant biodiversity and the impact of an activity through bees acting as natural drones (they currently monitor over 100.000 hectares in 15 countries). Loic combines 20+ years of experience in CSR, Sustainability Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship both in the private and non-profit sector.

Malin Berge

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Vice President, Strategic Growth, MasterCard

International seasoned business leader with 14+ years’ experience of delivering business growth in B2B and B2C through business transformation, innovation and “strategy through execution” within Retail and Payments/Fintech. Shortlisted on Sweden’s Female Future Leaders Awards, 2014 and 2015.

Emmanuel Martinez

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Chief Environment Economist, Société Générale

Emmanuel Martinez, Chief Environment Economist at Société Générale, will join Climate Change Summit, on October 4-5, as event speaker. With a doctorate in economics, Emmanuel Martinez is an environmental expert and a specialist in energy and climate issues (over 20 years of experience). He has worked in various professional backgrounds (administrations, NGOs, business associations, engineering and research organizations, international company in the financial sector). He was the Head of Environment of Societe Generale for 11 years before joining the team of the economists in the RISK Directorate. He was also Member of the Board of a major French not-for-profit company in the circular economy from 2012 to 2019. For three years, he chaired the Commission “Ocean” of EpE (Entreprises pour l'Environnement, the WBCSD Partner in France). Throughout his career, Emmanuel Martinez has provided the design of environmental strategies and advice on environmental issues and he has implemented incentives tools as carbon taxes in various organizations (companies, countries or regions).She has been specialised as energy policymaker, working with all Energy Ministers from 2007 to 2015. From 2012 to 2015, she was Head of Cabinet at the Minister of Environment, Energy & Climate Change, competent to develop policy formulation, implementation and monitoring on a wide range of energy and environmental projects. From October 2017, she was Advisor to the President of Nea Dimokratia on energy and natural resources. Alexandra holds a Bachelor of Law degree from Democritus University of Thrace, a Master’s Degree LLM in European Commercial Law from the University of Bristol U.K., and a M.Sc. in International & Economic studies from the Athens University of Economics & Business.

Sacha Ghiglione

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CEO & Boardmember of Prime Computer

Sacha is CEO and Member of the Board of Directors of the Swiss climate neutral, green IT manufacturer Prime Computer. As a trusted Advisory Board Member he provides Start-Ups with knowledge, understanding, and strategic thinking of the industry or management of specific cases. Envisioning to motivate people to think and act in a more sustainable way towards our home, Earth, Sacha contributes in his role as Board Member of the European Technology Chamber & the Climate Action Commission, his valuable know-how to foster awareness and support the use of European technology to reach the sustainability goals (SDGs) of the UN around the world and reduce emissions that contribute to Climate Change.

https://www.linkedin.com/in/sachaghi/

Oliver Harman

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Cities Economist, Oxford University

Spatial economist and economic geographer with 8+ years working on urban issues, both in multinational private sector, government public policy and academic research environment. Personal website with a more complete selection of work: www.oliverharman.me Interests and skills lie in sustainable urban development & regeneration, devolution, local government institutional strengthening as well as international development research & policy.

Alastair Marke

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Director-General, Blockchain & Climate Institute (BCI)

Alastair Marke is currently the Director-General of the Blockchain & Climate Institute (BCI), which is a think tank supporting governments in the deployment of blockchain and emerging digital technologies to achieve climate change policy goals. He is a co-drafter of the ISO 14097 climate finance standard and a UK representative on ISO 22739 blockchain and distributed ledger technologies standard (use case, smart contract and governance) working groups. In the UK, Alastair chairs the Energy, Climate Change & Green Finance Committee of the British Blockchain Association; and serves as an ad hoc Expert Advisor to the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Blockchain. Alastair is a seasoned climate change and innovation policy advisor in the field of international development. Seeing the dire need to accelerate global efforts to fill the current climate finance gap, Alastair co-founded the BCI composing over 80 experts from 30 countries.

Alex Găvan

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Environmentalist & High altitude climber

A leading Romanian high altitude climber, Alex uses the best stage possible, the summits of the world’s highest mountains to advance environmental and social causes. He reached seven 8000 m summits in the Himalayas by fair means, meaning without supplemental oxygen and high-altitude porters. After surviving the earthquake and the Everest avalanche on April 25th 2015, together with his team he initiated “Joy for Nepal”, a humanitarian campaign where about 37.000 donors answered the charitable call resulting in building three schools for 300 children in remote Himalayan communities. Alex is deeply involved in a series of environmental causes, such as the quest against illegal logging, protecting and conserving Romania’s virgin forests, Vacaresti Natural Park , cyanide free mining, Bucharest Green Belt or saving asprete, probably the world’s rarest fish. Recipient of the 2008 “Gold Medal for Merit in Sport” (Spain), he was awarded twice “The Romanian Sportsman of the Year” by the Romanian Federation of Mountaineering and Sport Climbing and nominated twice more for the same award. He was listed as a 2012 “30 Under 30” honoree of Forbes Romania and he got the 2015 special award for activism from the Civil Society Development Foundation.

Andreas Kipar

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Landscape Architect | LAND Co-Founder, CEO & Creative Director

Architect, landscapist and urban planner, Andreas Kipar is the founder and Creative Director of the international landscape architecture studio LAND, with offices in Germany, Italy and Switzerland. He is a full member of the German Academy of Urban and Regional Planning (DASL), the Association of German Landscape Architects (BDLA), the Italian Association of Landscape Architects (AIAPP) and the Italian Urban Planning Institute (INU). He is the inventor of the “Raggi Verdi” [Green Rays] model in Milan, which connects up the various areas of the city to favour a new slow mobility from the centre towards the suburbs.

Selected speakers

Ingmar Rentzhog

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CEO and Founder of We Don't Have Time

Ingmar is serial entrepreneur within financial communication and nominated for a DI Gasell Award, Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of The Year, Sweden’s Environmental Influencer 2018, and International Gamechanger of the Year 2020, and Green Warrior 2021. Ingmar Rentzhog has been the chairman of the environmental think tank Global Challenge. He is on the board of Naventus Corporate Finance. He’s a member of Al Gore’s Climate Reality and European Climate Policy Task Force and he was in 2022 appointed a European Climate Pact Ambassador by the European Commission.

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Ciprian Stănescu

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President, Social Innovation Solutions

Ciprian is leading the Social Innovation Solutions ecosystem, a group of organizations with a mission to empower individuals and organizations to understand future transformations and to develop sustainable solutions. SIS runs various educational programs in CEE, and the global conversation platform Climate Change Summit. He worked for 12 years for international organizations like Ashoka and the Aspen Institute, is a Global Shaper Alumni of the World Economic Forum, a Board Member of Rethink Romania, and a member of the Romanian Business Leaders community. As he strongly believes in the power of conversations, starting with 2023, Ciprian is hosting the ”Pro Verde” sustainability talk show at Stirile Pro TV. He teaches foresight and sustainability at The Entrepreneurship Academy in Bucharest. He has recently completed programs in sustainable finance and circularity at the Harvard Business School and the Cambridge Judge Business School.

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François Bloch

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CEO at BRD - Groupe Societe Generale

François Bloch has been Chief Executive Officer of BRD, Societe Generale's subsidiary in Romania, since 2016. Prior to this, he was First Deputy Chairman of Rosbank from 2012 to 2016. He began his career at Societe Generale group in 1990 within Fimat, the brokerage subsidiary, working on Futures markets, where he has held various positions in France, Germany and in the USA. In 2008, François Bloch was appointed Head of Strategy and Integration at Newedge. In 2009 he joined Societe Generale's Risk division as Global Head of Credit Risk - Countries and Financial Institutions. François Bloch is a graduate from Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et de l'Administration Économique (ENSAE).

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Klaus Iohannis

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President of Romania

Klaus Iohannis is the fourth Romanian President elected after December 1989. Klaus Iohannis attended the German school in Sibiu, then the “Samuel von Brukenthal” High School in the same city. In 1978 he was admitted to the Faculty of Physics of the “Babeș Bolyai” University in Cluj-Napoca. In 1983, he started teaching at several schools around Sibiu, and five years later, he was teaching physics, alongside his former teachers, at the same high school he had graduated from. He began his political career in 1990, when he became a member of the Democratic Forum of Germans in Romania (DFDR), which he subsequently led for over a decade. At the end of the 1990s, after 15 years as a teacher, Klaus Iohannis rose to the leadership of the education system in the county of Sibiu, a very important stage in shaping his public profile. In 2000, he was the Forum’s nominee in the Sibiu mayoral elections, winning over 70% of the votes. During his second term as mayor, Sibiu became the “European Capital of Culture” in 2007, alongside Luxembourg. This project brought along the opportunity to prove his professionalism and leadership qualities. On 16 November 2014, Klaus Iohannis was elected President of Romania, winning Romanians’ trust with his vision – Romania of Things Well Done (România lucrului bine făcut) – outlining a plan for our country to evolve over the course of the next ten years. Five years later, Klaus Iohannis ran for a new term in the 2019 presidential elections with the program Together for a Normal Romania (Împreună pentru România Normală). President Klaus Iohannis has been awarded numerous state honorary distinctions and prestigious international awards for his contribution to the promotion of democratic values, transparency, the rule of law and the fight against corruption, such as the Charlemagne Prize, awarded by the City of Aachen (2020), the Emperor Otto Prize of Magdeburg (2020), the European Coudenhove-Kalergi Award (European Coudenhove-Kalergi Society, 2020), the Franz Josef Strauss Award (Hanns Seidel Foundation, 2018), the Light Unto the Nations Prize (American Jewish Committee, 2017) or the Martin Buber Plaque (Euriade Foundation, 2016).

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Anna Akhalkatsi

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Country Manager for Romania and Hungary, Europe and Central Asia region, World Bank

Anna Akhalkatsi is the World Bank Country Manager for Romania and Hungary. She oversees the World Bank’s program and leads policy dialogue with government counterparts, private sector, civil society and other relevant constituencies in the two countries. A Georgian national, Ms. Akhalkatsi first joined the World Bank in 1999 as an economist in Tbilisi, Georgia. She then became the country representative for the International Finance Corporation (IFC) in Georgia before moving to Washington D.C., where she worked on strategy, small business finance and firm capability, value chains and agribusiness issues. Subsequently, Ms. Akhalkatsi acted as Regional Lead for IFC’s Cross-Cutting Advisory Solutions in the region of Latin America and Caribbean. Prior to taking up her new post in Romania she was the World Bank Country Manager for Moldova.

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Giedrimas Jeglinskas

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Assistant Secretary General, NATO

Giedrimas has overall responsibility for management of the NATO headquarters, and is the Secretary General’s primary advisor for NATO-wide management issues. Before assuming his current post, Mr. Jeglinskas served as the Vice-Minister of Defence of Lithuania beginning in 2017. From 2010 to 2017, Mr. Jeglinskas worked as Vice President in Corporate Banking at Citigroup. Mr. Jeglinskas graduated from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point with a BSc in Political Science and Computer Science. He holds an MA in National Security Studies from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service in Washington, DC and an MBA in Strategy and Finance from Columbia Business School in New York.

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Eila Kreivi

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Chief Sustainable Finance Advisor European Investment Bank, Luxembourg

Eila Kreivi is Chief Sustainable Finance Advisor at the European Investment Bank since February 2022. From April 2011 until end of January 2022, she headed the Capital Markets Department of the EIB, as its Director. Before that, she was the Head of Funding for the Americas, Asia & Pacific. Between March 2018 and January 2022, she was an alternate member of the Board of Directors of the European Investment Fund (EIF). Prior to joining the financing arm of the European Union in 1995, Eila Kreivi worked at the Union Bank of Finland and Société Générale, in Helsinki and in Paris. She holds a Master of Science degree in Economics from the University of Abo Akademi in Finland. In addition to her native language of Finnish, she is fluent in English, French and Swedish. Eila Kreivi chaired the Executive Committee of the Green Bond Principles in 2015-2018. She has represented the EIB at the EU High-level Expert Group on Sustainable Finance in 2017 2018, established by the European Commission. Between 2018 and September 2020, she also represented the EIB at the European Commission’s Technical Expert Group on Sustainable Finance created in 2018. Since October 2020, she is a member of the Platform on Sustainable Finance, an advisory body created by the European Commission. In July 2020, she was elected as member of the Board of Directors of the International Capital Market Association (ICMA).

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Stefania Racolta-Cruceru

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Head of Climate Strategy & Regional Delivery for Central and South Eastern Europe, EBRD

Stefania joined EBRD in 2006 and worked on the design and implementation of several Sustainable Energy Finance Facilities. Subsequently, she headed the New Product and Business Development activities in her team, was then in charge of the relationship with EU and bilateral donors on green financing instruments and, more recently, is coordinating green policy engagement in the CSEE Region. Prior to joining EBRD, Stefania was the Head of Liaison with Financial Institutions under the UNDP/GEF Energy Efficiency programme in Romania and her career also includes various roles in Trade Finance, Credit Risk and Corporate Finance departments of commercial banks. Stefania graduated from the Academy of Economic Studies in Bucharest, specializing in International Economic Relations.

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Linda Zeilina

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CEO, The International Sustainable Finance Center

Linda is Founder and CEO of ISFC, overseeing the strategic development of the think tank and its work on sustainable investing. Linda is a Fellow at the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA), and until recently was Think Visegrad Fellow at EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy, providing expertise on sustainable finance. Linda is also the 2021 Policy Leader Fellow at the European University Institute's (EUI) School of Transnational Governance.

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Kokou Agbo-Bloua

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Global Head of Economics, Cross-Asset and Quant Research, UK Head of Research at Société Générale

Kokou joined SG CIB in 2014 as Global Head of Engineering for Global Equity Flow (GEF) before taking the leadership of the Flow Strategy & Solutions team within Global Markets Financial Engineering. In June 2020, he was appointed Global Head of Economics, Cross-Asset & Quant Research, in addition to his role as Head of Flow Strategy & Solutions. Previously, he was Head of Equity & Derivative Strategy Europe at BNPP in London, where he was responsible for European fundamental equity strategy, derivatives parameters, global cross-asset themes and convertible bonds strategy. Prior to this, he started his career on the trading side as a portfolio manager at Goldman Sachs Principal Strategies (GSPS) and then a derivatives trader at JP Morgan. Born in Togo and educated in China, where he spent 12 years of his life, Kokou Agbo-Bloua graduated with an MSc in Management from HEC School of Management in Paris in 2002 and completed his post-graduate studies in Finance at the Anderson School of Management at UCLA. Kokou is a frequent contributor to the financial news media, with regular appearances on Bloomberg TV and CNBC.

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Hacina Py

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Chief Sustainability Officer, Societe Generale Group

Hacina Py joined Societe Generale in 1995 and has developed as a seasoned banker through various positions, both in structured finance and in corporate roles. Hacina was appointed Global Head of Export Finance in 2015. She led the transformation of the business line with a strong sustainability focus and took over the position of Head of Impact Finance Solutions in 2019. Hacina graduated from the EM Strasbourg business school and studied finance at Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh.

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Andreas Beckmann

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CEO for CEE, WWF

A passionate change maker and organisation builder. Regional CEO of WWF-CEE (formerly WWF Danube-Carpathian Programme), active across 10 countries of Central and Southeastern Europe. Experience in strategy, policy, marketing and environmental issues as well as working across sectors from government to business and non-profit.

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Mark Campanale

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Founder, Carbon Tracker Initiative

Mark is the founder of the Carbon Tracker Initiative, a non-profit think tank with offices in the US and UK, having enjoyed a career in sustainable finance for 20 years. Carbon Tracker is best known for its work on ‘stranded assets’ and the ‘carbon bubble’ and providing transition analysis for the members of Climate Action 100+ These concepts are also used by the fossil fuel divestment movement; and for investors & regulators, in how to set decarbonisation pathways for the fossil fuel sector.

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Vladislav Kaim

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Youth Climate Advisor to the UN Secretary General

Vladislav Kaim is a young Moldovan economist and climate action and sustainability advocate with vast experience at the UN level, as well as on multiple national and local platforms in Eastern European region. His main fields of advocacy have been green jobs for youth, just transition, green and sustainable economic growth and reforms to the multilateral climate finance agenda. In July 2020, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres appointed Mr Kaim to be one of his Youth Advisors on Climate Change and oversee the implementation of his Climate Strategy. Vladislav is also the contact point on green jobs at YOUNGO, official youth constituency to the UNFCCC, and 2021 IMF Youth Fellow.

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Dr. Maria Neira

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Director, Department of Environment, Climate Change and Health, World Health Organization

Dr Maria P. Neira was appointed Director of the Department of Environment, Climate Change and Health at the World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland in September 2005. Prior to that, she was Vice-Minister of Health and President of the Spanish Food Safety Agency. She had previously held several senior positions in WHO. Dr Neira began her career as a medical coordinator working with refugees in the Salvador and Honduras for Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders). Dr Neira is a Spanish national, and a medical doctor by training. She specialized in Endocrinology and Metabolic Diseases; and Public Health. Dr Neira has been awarded the Médaille de l'Ordre national du Mérite by the Government of France and is a member of the Academy of Medicine, Asturias, Spain. In 2019, Dr Neira was nominated as one of the world’s most influential people in climate policy, her work has been recognized in raising awareness on health, climate and air pollution.

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Julieta Martinez

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Founder, Tremendas Chile

Co-founder of the Latinas for Climate Movement, Julieta Martiínez, 18, is a climate and gender equality activist. Member of the UN Women Youth Task Force Beijing +25. Founder of the regional Action Platform TREMENDAS, which promotes the empowerment of young women, teenagers, and young people by inviting them to use their talents and/or skills to generate social impact. This community currently consists of over 200 young women and people from all over Chile and Latin America, who work together under the SDG. She Martinez is the co-founder of the Latinas for Climate movement, a WWF ambassador, and a member of the Ashoka Young Agents of Change Network.

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Daniel Huertas

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Producer / Director, ”The Earthshot Prize: Repairing Our Planet”

Daniel has worked in Natural History documentary making for over 15 years, with credits including BBC’s ‘Natural World: My Congo’, BBC Earth’s feature film 'Earth: One Amazing Day' and the Netflix/WWF Emmy Award winning ‘Our Planet’ project. He made a documentary about the finance sector's destruction, and potential restoration, of the natural world, in ‘Our Planet: Too Big to Fail’. Recently, Dan has created a short film with Sir David Attenborough, on halting global deforestation, for world leaders at COP26, and Produced and Directed the first episode of the BBC/Discovery series 'The Earthshot Prize: Repairing Our Planet', entitled 'Protect and Restore Nature', with Sir David and Prince William.

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Corina Murafa

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Energy Policy Expert

Corina Murafa was leading until recently Next Now/Planet & Climate and Ashoka Romania. Prior to joining Ashoka, she advanced long-lasting positive change in Eastern Europe as a public policy expert on energy and sustainability. She has worked for the World Bank, OMV Petrom, Deloitte, national governments and think tanks.

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Teodora Vasâlca-Cimpoi

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Owner and Founder, NewsEnergy.ro

Senior business journalist with almost 20 years of experience in the energy sector, founder of NewsEnergy.ro, a media platform that was nominated a Climate Pact Ambassador by the European Commission. Currently, I am also a communications expert on Energy & Climate Change for EM360 Group, moderator of Energy Trends - a series of video debates dedicated to energy transition co-produced with EM360.

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Loïc Van Cutsem

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Director Global Partnerships and DACH-CEE region, BeeOdiversity

Loïc is a passionate changemaker, father and learner. Responsible for BeeOdiversity´s global partnerships and expansion in the DACH and CEE region. BeeOdiversity provides measurement tools, advice and nature-based solutions to help corporates and public actors improve biodiversity and reduce pollution. For example, their innovative BeeOmonitoring solution allows them to monitor industrial and agricultural pollutants, plant biodiversity and the impact of an activity through bees acting as natural drones (they currently monitor over 100.000 hectares in 15 countries). Loic combines 20+ years of experience in CSR, Sustainability Innovation and Social Entrepreneurship both in the private and non-profit sector.

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Malin Berge

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Vice President, Strategic Growth, MasterCard

International seasoned business leader with 14+ years’ experience of delivering business growth in B2B and B2C through business transformation, innovation and “strategy through execution” within Retail and Payments/Fintech. Shortlisted on Sweden’s Female Future Leaders Awards, 2014 and 2015.

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Emmanuel Martinez

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Chief Environment Economist, Société Générale

Emmanuel Martinez, Chief Environment Economist at Société Générale, will join Climate Change Summit, on October 4-5, as event speaker. With a doctorate in economics, Emmanuel Martinez is an environmental expert and a specialist in energy and climate issues (over 20 years of experience). He has worked in various professional backgrounds (administrations, NGOs, business associations, engineering and research organizations, international company in the financial sector). He was the Head of Environment of Societe Generale for 11 years before joining the team of the economists in the RISK Directorate. He was also Member of the Board of a major French not-for-profit company in the circular economy from 2012 to 2019. For three years, he chaired the Commission “Ocean” of EpE (Entreprises pour l'Environnement, the WBCSD Partner in France). Throughout his career, Emmanuel Martinez has provided the design of environmental strategies and advice on environmental issues and he has implemented incentives tools as carbon taxes in various organizations (companies, countries or regions).She has been specialised as energy policymaker, working with all Energy Ministers from 2007 to 2015. From 2012 to 2015, she was Head of Cabinet at the Minister of Environment, Energy & Climate Change, competent to develop policy formulation, implementation and monitoring on a wide range of energy and environmental projects. From October 2017, she was Advisor to the President of Nea Dimokratia on energy and natural resources. Alexandra holds a Bachelor of Law degree from Democritus University of Thrace, a Master’s Degree LLM in European Commercial Law from the University of Bristol U.K., and a M.Sc. in International & Economic studies from the Athens University of Economics & Business.

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Sacha Ghiglione

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CEO & Boardmember of Prime Computer

Sacha is CEO and Member of the Board of Directors of the Swiss climate neutral, green IT manufacturer Prime Computer. As a trusted Advisory Board Member he provides Start-Ups with knowledge, understanding, and strategic thinking of the industry or management of specific cases. Envisioning to motivate people to think and act in a more sustainable way towards our home, Earth, Sacha contributes in his role as Board Member of the European Technology Chamber & the Climate Action Commission, his valuable know-how to foster awareness and support the use of European technology to reach the sustainability goals (SDGs) of the UN around the world and reduce emissions that contribute to Climate Change.

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Oliver Harman

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Cities Economist, Oxford University

Spatial economist and economic geographer with 8+ years working on urban issues, both in multinational private sector, government public policy and academic research environment. Personal website with a more complete selection of work: www.oliverharman.me Interests and skills lie in sustainable urban development & regeneration, devolution, local government institutional strengthening as well as international development research & policy.

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Alastair Marke

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Director-General, Blockchain & Climate Institute (BCI)

Alastair Marke is currently the Director-General of the Blockchain & Climate Institute (BCI), which is a think tank supporting governments in the deployment of blockchain and emerging digital technologies to achieve climate change policy goals. He is a co-drafter of the ISO 14097 climate finance standard and a UK representative on ISO 22739 blockchain and distributed ledger technologies standard (use case, smart contract and governance) working groups. In the UK, Alastair chairs the Energy, Climate Change & Green Finance Committee of the British Blockchain Association; and serves as an ad hoc Expert Advisor to the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Blockchain. Alastair is a seasoned climate change and innovation policy advisor in the field of international development. Seeing the dire need to accelerate global efforts to fill the current climate finance gap, Alastair co-founded the BCI composing over 80 experts from 30 countries.

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Alex Găvan

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Environmentalist & High altitude climber

A leading Romanian high altitude climber, Alex uses the best stage possible, the summits of the world’s highest mountains to advance environmental and social causes. He reached seven 8000 m summits in the Himalayas by fair means, meaning without supplemental oxygen and high-altitude porters. After surviving the earthquake and the Everest avalanche on April 25th 2015, together with his team he initiated “Joy for Nepal”, a humanitarian campaign where about 37.000 donors answered the charitable call resulting in building three schools for 300 children in remote Himalayan communities. Alex is deeply involved in a series of environmental causes, such as the quest against illegal logging, protecting and conserving Romania’s virgin forests, Vacaresti Natural Park , cyanide free mining, Bucharest Green Belt or saving asprete, probably the world’s rarest fish. Recipient of the 2008 “Gold Medal for Merit in Sport” (Spain), he was awarded twice “The Romanian Sportsman of the Year” by the Romanian Federation of Mountaineering and Sport Climbing and nominated twice more for the same award. He was listed as a 2012 “30 Under 30” honoree of Forbes Romania and he got the 2015 special award for activism from the Civil Society Development Foundation.

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Andreas Kipar

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Landscape Architect | LAND Co-Founder, CEO & Creative Director

Architect, landscapist and urban planner, Andreas Kipar is the founder and Creative Director of the international landscape architecture studio LAND, with offices in Germany, Italy and Switzerland. He is a full member of the German Academy of Urban and Regional Planning (DASL), the Association of German Landscape Architects (BDLA), the Italian Association of Landscape Architects (AIAPP) and the Italian Urban Planning Institute (INU). He is the inventor of the “Raggi Verdi” [Green Rays] model in Milan, which connects up the various areas of the city to favour a new slow mobility from the centre towards the suburbs.

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