Climate Change 2020 Risks, impacts and solutions

Chatham House was founded in 1920 with a vision ‘to help governments and societies build a sustainably secure, prosperous, and just world’. In the institute’s centenary year, this conference will examine one of the biggest threats to achieving this mission faced by society – the impact of climate change.

Climate change threatens our collective wellbeing and security, as our interdependent world faces unprecedented levels of climate instability. Climate science has demonstrated that further warming will continue to increase the frequency and severity of acute climate hazards across the world. This could put millions of lives at risk, as well as trillions of dollars of economic activity and both physical and natural capital. Recognizing climate risk and integrating an understanding of this risk into decision-making is imperative.

The 2020 Chatham House Climate Change conference agenda will address:

  • The political realities of climate diplomacy
  • Mitigation of and adaptation to climate risk
  • Innovative solutions for business and finance
  • The direct and knock-on effects of climate hazards

The Chatham House Rule
To enable as open a debate as possible, this conference will be held under the Chatham House Rule.

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05 October 2020 - 06 October 2020