Jan Jones Blackhurst, ED, Caesars Entertainment Board of Directors Simon Birkett, Founder and Director, Clean air in London
The places where we live and work are uniquely vital to the future of our planet. This is particularly true of cities, which throughout modern history have been associated with pollution, overcrowding, social inequality and other failings.
This has to change in the age of ESG – and in many ways it is. But is it changing quickly enough? And what can be done to accelerate the necessary transformation?
In this panel discussion we explore how ESG has already reshaped our cities and how it is likely to continue shaping them for decades to come. We explain why this a complex undertaking that involves not only multiple challenges but, crucially, multiple opportunities.
Henning Stein, Head of Global Thought Leadership
Mike Bessell, Managing Director and European Investment Strategist
Stephanie Smith, Director Portfolio Operations