With more and more businesses and organisations committing to achieve carbon net zero in the next few decades, climate change remains high on the agenda.
Please join us for a discussion on how climate change will impact business transactions and how commercial arbitration can/must adapt to a changing legal landscape.
We are delighted to be joined by speakers from The Chancery Lane Project, The Arbitration Institute of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce and KPMG to discuss the nitty-gritty of climate change.
Introduction and moderation - Georg Scherpf, Head of International Arbitration-Hamburg, Clyde & Co Hamburg
How companies will need to review contracts and restructure business transactions in response to climate change - Stuart Bruce, Associate Director, Climate Risk & Decarbonisation Strategy at KPMG London
An Introduction to The Chancery Lane Project - Phoebe Roberts, TCLP and MinterEllison, Australia
Resilient Supply Chain Contracts - David Hansom, Partner, Clyde & Co London
How climate change contracts could change institutional arbitration? – Annette Magnussen, Secretary General, SCC