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Carbon Forward 2023 will bring together carbon market expertise and talent from across the governmental, finance, energy, transport, shipping, and aviation sectors. Delegates will join in the discussions on risk and opportunity across the rapidly evolving climate change landscape. Practical solutions to help manage the financial risk of cutting carbon emissions along with guidance on best practice will take centre stage.
Climate Impact Partners will be speaking and exhibiting at the event. Watch this space for additional details. If you will be attending Carbon Forward, please be sure to say hello to our team.
More information about Carbon Forward 2023 can be found here.
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