Nordic Council of Ministers teams up with CleantechForEst, Tehnopol and Mektory to offer green investments crash course
Companies, municipalities and cities are seeking innovative solutions that are more and more in line with goals for ecological protection, tackling climate change impacts and overall strong performances in terms of sustainability. One major challenge is how to access capital to finance green projects.
Entrepreneur and researcher Adrian Braun will show how financial products, like shares, bonds and futures work and how it is possible to utilize them. Green financial instruments, such as climate bonds, green funds and others are introduced and will be discussed how they have succeeded on other markets in Europe and in a global context.
Date: 14th February 2020
Place: Mektory, Innovation HUB (Raja 15, Tallinn)
Admission: free, registration open until February 11th
Organizers: Nordic Council of Ministers´ Office in Estonia, Cleantech ForEst, Tehnopol, Mektory
Registration is closed, since maximum number of participants has been reached.
Friday, 14th February
Insight to international finance markets and green capital investments – introduction to green financial instruments by the example of climate bonds
10.00 - 11.30
11.30 - 12.00
Social and Environmental Impact Bonds (SIBs & EIBs,) trading mechanisms, ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) concept and reporting
12.00 - 13.45