The connection between social justice and climate justice is deeper than previously imagined. As we transition to a low-carbon economy, how do we ensure that we center justice as we build the economy of the future? As our leaders contemplate the path forward and how to upgrade infrastructure in the U.S. and globally, we are paving the way for the ‘just transition’ – one that ameliorates long-standing inequities in large metropolitan areas, as well as rural regions. Bringing sustainable infrastructure to these communities brings economic opportunity through job creation and mitigating climate risk.
The Future of Climate Justice: centering social justice in the clean energy transition
Katie LaFleur July 13, 2022
Fireside Chat (3 speakers maximum)
Accelerate Climate Action
Power and Capital
Purpose and Desired Outcome
Tangible steps to build a just, equitable, and carbon-neutral future.
Allocators (Family Offices, HNW Individuals, Foundations)
Accelerators & Incubators
- NameStephan Nicoleau
- OrganizationFullCycle Climate Partners
- NameMonique Aiken
- TitleManaging Director and Contributing Editor
- OrganizationThe Investment Integration Project and Impact Alpha
- StatusConfirmed, Invited