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COP 26 | The Energy Transition and the Far-Reaching Implications

12 November 2021 3:00PM EDT

  • Event

  • Ending 4:30PM EDT

This event provided an overview of where we are on the energy transition. In particular, it explored the risks and the opportunities faced by developing countries, such as India, China and others from the Global South, and the support they may need to manage the transition. It also highlighted the key role of the international community in securing an equitable transition and help the most vulnerable countries, for example by supporting the development of new technologies, offering technical assistance for regulatory and tax reform, and providing capital.

Welcoming remarks: Glenn Pearce-Oroz, Senior Director of International Relations and Special Projects, SE4ALL


  • Mike Coffin, Head of Oil, Gas & Mining, Carbon Tracker
  • Dr Matt Ives, Senior Research Associate in Complex Systems Economic Modelling, Oxford Smith School
Panel moderated by Catharina Hillenbrand Von Der Neyen, Head of Research, Carbon Tracker
  • Nafi Chinery, West Africa Regional Manager, NRGI
  • Niclas Hallstrom, Director, What Next Forum
  • Katherine Dixon, Chief Counsellor – Energy Transition, IEA
  • Spencer Dale, Chief Economist, BP
Closing remarks: Mark Campanale, Founder and Executive Chair, Carbon Tracker

Originally published on the Carbon Tracker's website.