International Trade & Prosperity Week – Delivering Sustainable Global Value Chains
London & online
7-9 November 2023
Registrations are now open for International Trade and Prosperity Week (ITPW) – Delivering Sustainable Global Value Chains, taking place on 7 – 9 November 2023.
Day 1 – In-person at Diageo, 16 Great Marlborough Street, London, W1F 7HS
Days 2 & 3 – Virtual only
This three day conference focuses on scope 3 emissions (all indirect emissions that occur in the value chain of the reporting company, including both upstream and downstream emissions) and brings together prominent global thought leaders from business, government and industry institutions to look at how they can help advance an organisations decarbonisation and sustainability journey.
By focusing on practical global case studies and initiatives, the approach involves sharing international best practice with the aim of providing a set of practical policy takeaways. These takeaways will be promoted widely and fed into policy forums at the UN, WTO, and G20.
Why attend an ICC conference?
As the official Focal Point for Business to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) and having played a key role in advocating for the delivery of the Paris Agreement in 2015 and in shaping the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, not to mention physically attending COP28 by having a pavilion, you know that by attending an ICC conference your input and engagement will influence global policy frameworks and standards.
By attending ITPW, companies will:
- Share thought leadership, listen to case studies and engage with key government representatives and major institutions
- Help build consensus among private sector entities to drive progress toward full implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Climate Agreement
- Learn practical tools and pilot programs which support business
- Gain an understanding of the international standards and frameworks that shape the business environment
- Hear about the latest technologies which underpin transparency in supply chains
- Corporate perspective: an in-depth conversation on scope 3 emissions
- Looking ahead to COP28
- Sustainable trade finance
- Carbon pricing
- Mobilising finance for biodiversity
- Human rights – climate migration
- Digital trade – the path to transparency and increased traceability
- Circular economy
- Competition law as a barrier to climate action
Speakers already confirmed include:
Diageo, Balfour Beatty, HSBC, UK Business & Biodiversity Forum, The Chancery Lane Project