Partner event at COP26: Ecocide Law & Financing the Future

Insurers, investors, CEOs and policy makers all know that profound changes are needed for humanity to move back within a safe operating space, but current structural conditions do not support such change. Ecocide law could provide the strategic parameter required to start shifting our economic practices from causing harm to creating harmony.

Ecocide Law & Financing the Future:

a guardrail and guidance system for positive economic change

Schedule:
Doors open at 2.45pm GMT

3.00m -3.20pm
Musical provocation by classical pianist Cassie Yukawa and actor, director & theatre-maker, Simon McBurney

3.30 – 5.00pm
Panel discussion with Q&A

Register here

Organised by Stop Ecocide International.

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