Summit Partner

 

Bloomberg Blk

2016 Summit Conveners
Christiana Figueres
Executive Secretary, UN Framework
Convention on Climate Change

 

John Chiang
California State Treasurer

 

Janet Cowell
North Carolina State Treasurer

 

Thomas P. DiNapoli
New York State Comptroller

 

Jack Ehnes
CEO, California State Teachers’
Retirement System

 

Tim Eichenberg
New Mexico State Treasurer

 

Deborah Goldberg
Massachusetts State Treasurer

 

Mary Kay Henry
President, Service Employees
International Union

 

Nancy K. Kopp
Maryland State Treasurer

 

Donald McDonald
Chair, Institutional Investors
Group on Climate Change

 

Seth Magaziner
Rhode Island State Treasurer

 

James L. McIntire
Washington State Treasurer

 

Denise L. Nappier
Connecticut State Treasurer

Elizabeth Pearce
Vermont State Treasurer

 

Frank Pegan
Chair, Investor Group
on Climate Change

 

Anne Stausboll
CEO, California Public
Employees’ Retirement System

 

Scott Stringer
New York City Comptroller

 

Richard L. Trumka
President, AFL-CIO

 

Betty Yee
California State Controller
 
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FAQs

Frequently asked questions about the Investor Summit on Climate risk are answered here.

FAQs

The 2016 Investor Summit will be the seventh time the United Nations Foundation, the United Nations Office for Partnerships and Ceres bring together leading global investors, businesses and other leaders to accelerate the shift to a clean energy future and tackle the risks posed by climate change.

WHEN IS THE SUMMIT?

The Summit will be held on Wednesday, January 27, 2016, from 9:00am to 5:30pm (reception to follow). Registration opens at 8:00am.

WHERE WILL THE SUMMIT BE HELD?

The Summit is held at the United Nations Headquarters, 760 United Nations Plaza in New York, New York, USA.

WHO WILL ATTEND THE SUMMIT?

Participants include leading pension fund fiduciaries, state treasurers, asset managers, foundation leaders, financial services and business executives, among others.

WHO IS ORGANIZING THE SUMMIT?

Ceres, a U.S.-based non-profit organization, is co-hosting the Summit with the United Nations Foundation and the United Nations Office for Partnerships. Ceres coordinates the Investor Network on Climate Risk, an alliance of over 110 institutional investors with more than $13 trillion in assets.

HOW DO I REGISTER FOR THE SUMMIT?

The invitation letter to the Summit includes a link to register for the Summit. All participants are required to complete the online registration form in order to attend the event. Questions should be directed to Brittany Cipriano at cipriano@ceres.org or +1 617-247-0700 x154.

WHAT IS THE COST OF THE SUMMIT?

To offset direct costs of producing the event at the UN, we have implemented a participation fee of $500 for INCR members and $600 for non-members.

IS THIS INVITATION TRANSFERABLE TO ANOTHER PERSON?

Given space limitations, participation is by invitation only; the invitation is non-transferable without permission of the Summit Committee. Questions should be directed to Brittany Cipriano at cipriano@ceres.org or +1 617-247-0700 x154.

HOW DO I INQUIRE ABOUT SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES?

Sponsorship inquiries should be directed to Kirsten Griebel at griebel@ceres.org or +1 617-247-0700 x149.

WILL THE SUMMIT BE OPEN TO THE PRESS?

Yes. For press-related questions, please contact Peyton Fleming at fleming@ceres.org or 617-247-0700 x120.