We kick off our new Carbon Frontiers series with David Shukman, a distinguished journalist and the former science editor of the BBC, where he reported from the climate frontlines for over 20 years.
SmarterMarkets™ host David Greely sits down with Shukman to catch up on his continuing experiences on the frontlines of climate, government policy, corporate action, and science.
We continue our Carbon Frontiers series with Peter Fusaro, the founder of the Wall Street Green Summit, which brings together the leading practitioners in sustainability with the goal of building a more sustainable finance system for responsible investing and the changing role of business.
SmarterMarkets™ host David Greely sits down with Peter to discuss where we are in our decarbonization journey in preparation for the 22nd annual Wall Street Green Summit.
For our third installment of Carbon Frontiers, we welcome Nat Bullard into the SmarterMarkets™ studio. Nat is Venture Partner at Voyager Ventures and Senior Contributor at BloombergNEF. He recently collected his thoughts on decarbonization in a 140-page presentation deck, capturing the state of climate and covering how we got to now, where we are going, what’s new, and how to approach what’s next.
SmarterMarkets™ host David Greely sits down with Nat to talk about the long view, trends, and transience in our pursuit of netzero.
We continue our Carbon Frontiers series with Svenja Telle, Director of Origination at Base Carbon.
SmarterMarkets™ host David Greely sits down with Svenja to discuss the vital role of carbon removal in achieving our global emissions reduction targets. Together, they cover the strengths of technology-based carbon removals, the importance of community engagement and co-benefits in project design, and the need for transparent and scalable MRV solutions to ensure the quality of carbon credits.
As the market continues to evolve, it’s becoming increasingly clear that market maturation relies on improved MRV capabilities and project quality to build trust, quantify results, and guarantee the quality characteristics of carbon projects and their resulting credits.
Svenja and David map out the range of opportunities in climate finance and carbon investments, discussing how these investments not only facilitate our transition to netzero, but also mitigate climate and operational risk while improving organizational strength.
This week on our Carbon Frontiers series, we welcome Peter Zaman back into the SmarterMarkets™ studio. Peter is a Partner at HFW in Singapore and has been practicing law in climate finance and the environmental markets since 2004.
One year after Peter took us deep into Article 6, we’re circling back to discuss the progress that’s been made — and the work that still remains. SmarterMarkets™ host David Greely sits down with Peter to tackle the legislation and mechanisms allowing countries to voluntarily cooperate with each other to achieve emission reduction targets set out in their NDCs.
With over 20 years of experience across UK, EU, and Asia, Peter’s rare combination of commodities and climate finance expertise provides a uniquely holistic view of the carbon market ecosystem, crucial to support businesses in their energy transition pathways.