We are proud to be partnering with the New York Times for the seventh edition of their Energy for Tomorrow Conference, at Le Pré Catelan in Paris, from November 3-4, 2016. With world-class journalism delivered in real time to address the most pressing issues, ‘Energy for Tomorrow’ is perfectly timed as the pivotal event in the run-up to COP 22 providing unparalleled opportunities to connect with more than 250 of the most influential and innovative thinkers today.
Hosted and moderated by New York Times journalists, the Conference will provide the insight and analysis you need with in-depth interviews and debates among over 40 top industry leaders, entrepreneurs, financiers, policymakers and leading academics.In an environment that’s ideal for collaborative conversations, we’ll discuss policies, innovations and investments and uncover actionable opportunities for business to prosper, as it supports the world’s transition to a decarbonised global economy, access to affordable energy for all and a future of climate-resilience. Including B Team Leader David Crane and Nestle’s Peter Brabeck-Letmathe discussing how business leaders can drive action toward a more sustainable world, and what is needed to overcome the barriers preventing progress.
Key speakers include:
- David Crane, B Team Leader and Senior Operating Executive, Pegasus Capital Advisors
- Carlos Ghosn, Chairman and C.E.O., Renault-Nissan Alliance
- Ségolène Royal, Minister of Environment, Energy and the Sea, France
- Patrick Pouyanné, Chairman and C.E.O., Total
- Fatih Birol, Executive Director, International Energy Agency (IEA)
- Minister Vidar Helgesen, Minister of Climate and Environment, Norway
- Peter Agnefjäll, President and C.E.O., IKEA Group
- Dame Ellen MacArthur, Founder, The Ellen MacArthur Foundation
- Tim Brown, C.E.O. and President, IDEO
- Bill Weihl, Director of Sustainability, Facebook