All Aboard: Learn about the Upcoming London Climate Technology Show 2023


Imagine you are aboard a ship, sailing into an unknown future. The skies are heavy with storm clouds, and the sea is rough. You know you must change your course to reach safer waters. This is where we stand today, navigating the turbulent waters of climate change. Our ship is our planet, and the London Climate Technology Show 2023 is the compass guiding us toward a calmer, more sustainable future.

Returning for its second year in 2023, the London Climate Technology Show has rapidly garnered recognition as a premier conference and tradeshow that congregates a diverse, international assembly of experts, stakeholders, and investors. These attendees are unified by a common goal: catalyzing the transition toward a decarbonized future across multiple industries.

Who is this for?

The show’s areas of focus span a broad spectrum, reflecting the multifaceted nature of climate change and the need for comprehensive solutions. These include Finance, Agriculture & Land Use, Carbon Capture Utilisation & Storage (CCUS), Transportation, Built Environment, Energy, Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG), and Information Technology-enabled Services (ITeS).

Each technology sector holds considerable influence over our climate footprint. For instance, innovative financial models can unlock capital for sustainable projects, while advancements in Agriculture & Land Use can reduce emissions and increase carbon sequestration. CCUS technologies offer promising solutions to offset emissions, and sustainable practices in the Built Environment, Energy, and Transportation sectors can drastically cut down their respective carbon footprints. Meanwhile, Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG), and Information Technology-enabled Services (ITeS) play crucial roles in driving corporate responsibility and leveraging digital technologies for sustainability.

The attendee profile, ranging from investors and government leaders to entrepreneurs and professionals, reflects the collaborative effort required to expedite the global net-zero economy transition. Attendees will engage in robust discussions, network with industry pioneers, explore groundbreaking technologies, and identify investment opportunities that align with their commitment to a sustainable future.

High-caliber speakers and industry experts

The conference segment of the show is akin to gathering around the ship’s chart table. Here, distinguished speakers share their knowledge, acting as our navigators. Naseer Ahamed, Minister of Environment for Sri Lanka, and Cecilia Kinuthia-Njenga from UNFCCC guide us on governmental and intergovernmental approaches to climate action.

Charlotte Hutchinson from Google Cloud and Marzia Zafar from Ofgem spotlight the role of digital technologies in charting a sustainable course. Beverley Gower-Jones, from the Clean Growth Fund, and Louisa Tholstrup, from The Earthshot Prize, highlight the critical role of investment and innovation in powering our journey.

As we navigate through sectors like Finance, Agriculture & Land Use, Carbon Capture Utilisation & Storage, Transportation, Built Environment, Energy, ESG, and ITeS, we realize that each area holds a piece of the map to our sustainable future. For more details about this transformative journey, visit the event’s website:

As our preview draws to a close, imagine again that you are on that ship. The storm has passed, and the seas are calm. You look around and see a world transformed – a world that is greener, cleaner, and more sustainable. This is not a distant dream but a future we can achieve together.

Does this sound like something you would benefit from? Take hold of the compass, and help steer our shared ship toward a net-zero future. Because the journey to combat climate change isn’t a solo voyage – it’s a collective effort, and every hand on deck counts.

YouTube: London Climate Technology Show 2022 Highlights (previous year)

Photo credit: The feature image is symbolic and has been done by Christopher Isak with Midjourney for TechAcute.
Editorial notice: TechAcute informs about this event as part of our engagement as a media partner. We have not been paid to write and publish this information.

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