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Click on the stream above to watch to CNBC’s Sustainable Future Forum. Wednesday’s session from Europe focuses on the industry’s response.
It’s time to talk targets and check the promises that companies set. Are the goals achievable and what should happen if they’re missed?
As we race toward a Sustainable Future, it’s vital that we meet the needs of different industries. From the big tech giants to the specific sectors such as agriculture and fashion. All industry has part to play but will some step up faster than others?
The lineup for Wednesday’s sessions are below, and click here for the full schedule of the week.
Fireside: A sustainable future for aviation
6:30 p.m. SGT/HK | 11:30 a.m. BST
Michael O’Leary, CEO of RyanAir.
Until electric or hydrogen-powered planes become a viable alternative, could alternative fuels or more efficient aircraft hold the key to reducing the aviation industry’s carbon emissions? Michael O’Leary, the CEO of Ryanair, joins us to talk about his vision of flying in a more sustainable way.
Panel: How big business can become more sustainable
6:45 p.m. SGT/HK | 11:45 a.m. BST
From net-zero targets to carbon tax and even linking executives’ pay to action on climate change, each sector is looking at different ways to become more sustainable. Joining us to share their insights on what it means for industry to become greener are Mario Greco, the CEO of Zurich Insurance, Carolan Lennon the CEO of Eir and Dolf van den Brink, who’s the CEO of Heineken.
Fireside: Driving Nissan to a greener future
7:15 p.m. SGT/HK | 12:15 p.m. BST
Makoto Uchida, CEO of Nissan.
The auto industry is undergoing a seismic transformation as it responds to demands to reduce CO2 emissions and a dependency on fossil fuels. Nissan has announced it will electrify all of its new models in key markets by the early 2030s. CEO Makoto Uchida joins us to discuss how the automaker is fulfilling its sustainability goals, what investments they are making in electrification and recycling and what the wider industry response has been.
Fireside: Is the tide turning for sustainable fashion?
7:30 p.m. SGT/HK | 12:30 p.m. BST
Livia Firth, founder and creative director of Eco-Age.
Acclaimed sustainability activist Livia Firth has long been critical of the fashion industry’s greenwashing. She will be joining us to talk about whether the pandemic has caused a rethink into how we dress, whether circular fashion is more than a marketing tool and the launch of her new Renaissance Awards to honor young leaders in sustainability.