EI LIVE free webinar | Does foreign energy investment help or hinder SDGs in the Global South?
- London YPN
- 09:00 - 10:30
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In the third and final international round table held as part of the EI’s Generation 2050 initiative in the run up to COP26, young professionals will host senior figures from the world of energy to discuss urgent global challenges from different regional perspectives.
A Generation 2050 round table
This virtual round table will bring young professionals from the UK and Nigeria into conversation with senior industry, government and academic figures to examine how we can boost the synergies and reduce negative trade-offs created by British investments in the energy sector of developing countries.
And, in the light of COP26, whether the integration of the Sustainable Development Goals as the main framework to support the decision-making process of foreign energy investment can help Global South nations to become more sustainable.
- Mervin Azeta, Product and Service Delivery Manager, Schlumberger, West Africa
- Samuel Adunreke, Founder, Innovea Hubs, Nigeria
- Demi Edosomwan, Managing Director, Emerging Markets, TotalEnergies Ventures
- Dr Musonda Mumba, Director of The Rome Centre for Sustainable Development
Moderators from the EI Young Professional Networks in London and Nigeria:
- Kelvin Enumah MEI, Sustainability and Development, Wetland Cultural and Education Foundation, Nigeria
- Guilherme Castro, Project Innovation Manager, Octopus Energy
This is one of a series of three international Generation 2050 round tables being held by EI young professionals networks around the world in the run up to COP26.
If you have registered for one of previous round tables below, you will receive joining instructions for this event:
- 9 Sept: Can the Middle East deliver on net zero?
- 24 Sept: Is the rise of Asia Pacific the world’s biggest climate conundrum?