The Carbon Markets Guide to London Climate Action Week

London Climate Action Week (LCAW) is the annual event that brings together the city’s world-leading array of climate professionals and communities. Now in its fifth year, LCAW creates space for participants to come together and find global solutions to climate change.

The week-long event is for everyone, creating space for both those inside and outside the climate world to present London’s action on climate change to a global audience. With all the action taking place the Cloverly team made a guide focused on the critical carbon markets. See you there!

And don’t forget to check out our own event Wednesday evening: The Future of Carbon Markets in a Net Zero World

Monday, June 24th

High Integrity Forest Carbon Credits: A One-Stop-Shop for Climate and Nature

10:15 AM- 12:00 PM

Learn how tropical forest countries generate high-integrity forest credits, how jurisdictional programs can work with projects, as demonstrated by the LEAF Coalition, the vital role and participation of IP&LCs, plus how investment in credits can help both nature and climate strategies.

Register here.


Innovating For Impact: Unleashing Private Sector Leadership For Climate Solutions For All

11:00 AM- 1:00 PM

Meet global business leaders, sustainability experts and catalytic changemakers during this interactive session as you discover how companies are leading the charge towards a resilient, net zero future, while unlocking new investment opportunities and prioritizing climate solutions for all.

Register here.

Tuesday, June 25th

Get the Money Moving: How to Close the UK Green Investment Gap

8:30 AM – 10:30 AM

Join Oliver Wyman and CDP during London Climate Action Week to explore actionable solutions to close the UK investment gap. We will build on insights and case studies from our latest report, Get the Money Moving, based on an analysis of responses from more than 1,600 European companies disclosing through CDP, representing 89% of the region’s market capitalization.

Register here.


Digitisation and Connectivity on the Path to Net -Zero

10:10 AM – 10:40 AM

Transitioning from a linear economy to a circular economy is going to require us to tackle the problems of overconsumption and waste.  Many organizations struggle to find the data needed to move from a want to a needs-based consumption.  Addressing these data blindspots, not only enables a more sustainable operation but also a more efficient one.   It’s that age-old saying, you can’t manage it if you can’t measure it.

Register here.


Climate Innovation reception – with Microsoft, Wipro & Burson

5:00 PM – 11:30 PM

Connect with like-minded individuals passionate about sustainability, technology and climate action. Enjoy breathtaking views of London from the rooftop of the Circle Bar while discussing innovative solutions to combat climate change. This event is a fantastic opportunity to meet industry leaders, entrepreneurs, and innovators driving positive change. 

Register here.


England vs. Slovenia

8:00 PM – 10:00 PM

Why not mix some sport into your climate agenda? Heading to Germany as one of the pre-tournament favorites, England will want to keep standards high regardless of their position by the time this fixture comes around.

We recommend the following venues to watch the match: 

Between the Bridges, Vinegar Yard, Flat Iron Square, Boxpark, Exmouth Arms, The Ganton Arms, Punch Tavern, The Banker


Wednesday, June 26th

Advancing Ocean Impact

8:30 AM – 10:30 AM

Learn from organization leaders about the major ocean threats and how policy change can improve marine protection, biodiversity, and ocean health. Panellists will share how they’re mobilizing millions of supporters and key policymakers to stop bottom trawling across Europe, tackle plastics and pollution, stave off deep sea mining, and secure marine protected areas worldwide. 

Register here.


Countdown to COP29: Raising Global Ambition on the Road to Baku

11:30 AM – 5:30 PM

Taking place midway between COP28 and COP29, this event will bring together climate negotiators, policy experts, and scientists to discuss what steps are needed to ensure that countries deliver an ambitious set of national plans and what key issues need to be addressed at COP29 in Baku to unlock meaningful action to limit global temperature rise and to address the impacts of a changing climate.

Register here.


How to Use Carbon Removals – from Offsetting to Insetting and Beyond

2:30 PM – 4:30 PM

In this workshop, Rethinking Removals will bring together a select, high-level group of market players, regulators and voluntary rule-setters to discuss the what, how and when of use cases for carbon removals.

Register here.


How Can Nature Tech Help the Private Sector Meet its Climate and Nature Goals?

4:00 PM – 5:30 PM

This event will bring to life how companies are using nature tech solutions to meet sustainability challenges including how to meet their nature and climate goals. 

Four pairings of nature tech companies and their corporate partners will present for approximately 15 minutes, followed by a moderated question and answer session.

Register here.


What’s Next for Scope 3?

5:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Discussion will focus on what’s next for Scope 3, including Carbon Trust research on the barriers businesses are facing, and the tactics and tools leading businesses are deploying to overcome them and successfully support suppliers at scale.

Register here.


The Future of Carbon Markets in a Net Zero World

6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Hear from a panel of corporate leaders on the future of carbon markets! Join for a social evening to engage with sustainability leaders, Global 500 companies, and policy leaders as well as leading project developers on challenges and opportunities in the VCM. You’ll hear opening remarks from Cloverly followed by a lightning panel from esteemed guests that will touch on:

– How to use carbon credits in a net zero strategy

– How corporates can make credible climate claims

– The flight to quality in carbon credits

– How to take advantage of offtakes

Register here.


Thursday, June 27th

How to Create a Net Zero Strategy – A Breakfast Seminar

9:00 AM – 11:00 AM

Sweco UK invites you to join a special breakfast briefing during London Climate Action Week, where our carbon expert Elle Bartleet will discuss the principles on how to create a net zero strategy for your business.

The seminar will introduce the key cornerstones to delivering a net zero strategy.

Register here.


At A Crossroads: Pathways To A Net Zero Future

9:00 AM – 10:15 AM

Join for the launch of our first report from this Network. The breakfast and panel discussion with the authors will provide a high level, overarching vision for the future energy mix, combined with delivery recommendations.  Speakers will also identify the solutions that each of the different generation types and their markets require, aligned with the four relevant missions in the Mission Review which this Network encompasses – Nuclear, Grid, Solar and Wind.

Register here.


Transition Plans: The Crucial Next Step to Reaching Net Zero

9:40 AM – 10:40 AM

Effective transition finance is dependent on credible transition plans. This roundtable will cover the significance of transition plans for achieving net zero emissions in London/UK businesses. It will delve into understanding transition plans, their benefits, common challenges and strategies to overcome them.

Register here. 


Sustainability Strategies Unleashed: Mobilising Every Sector for Climate Action

12:00 PM – 1:00 PM

The workshop delves into the pivotal intersection of sustainability and business strategy, focusing on key themes including strategies, decarbonisation projects, and sustainability reporting.

The aim is to present how to integrate sustainability into core business strategy to mobilise every sector of the system towards real action.

Register here.


Using Market-Based Mechanisms to Increase Integrity in Carbon markets

3:10 PM – 3:30 PM

An event part of the Climate Innovation Forum that is about establishing a high-integrity voluntary carbon market is essential, as it holds the potential to unlock effective climate solutions. However, it is crucial that such a market complements ongoing mitigation efforts to ensure a comprehensive and impactful approach to addressing climate challenges.

Register here.


How to Become a Regenerative Business?

6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

A panel discussion and workshop on Regenerative Business practices and the inner journey of change makers. This in-person event is aimed at professionals and entrepreneurs keen to start a journey to future-proof their business and create net positive impact.

Register here.


Friday, June 28th

Carbonomics Unplugged: A Hitchhiker’s Guide to a Net Zero Galaxy

9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Attendees will have the opportunity to explore the strategies around procuring a diverse portfolio of natural climate solutions credits and technology-based credits within their climate strategies and gain insights from real-world examples and expert panels. This event will also be key for the launch of the WBCSD Carbon Credit Portfolio Guide developed by WBCSD with Bain & Company.

Register here.


London Climate Action Week is Here

We hope this helps organize an action-packed week.

Our Cloverly event still have a few spots remaining so make to RSVP here if interested.


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