This is The COP Shop, the brand new series from Energy Voice Out Loud in paid partnership with NatWest, diving into the most important climate summit in history, and the role of green finance in the battle against climate change.
In this episode, EV Europe Editor Allister Thomas is joined by co-host James Close, Head of Climate Change at NatWest, and special guest Rachel McEwen, Chief Sustainability Officer at SSE.
Together the trio discuss the role of COP26 in raising climate finance and the importance of the private sector in bolstering that sum, how green finance is helping decarbonise domestic energy supply in the UK, and the definition of a “Just Transition” on a global level.
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