Thu February 28
11:30 am - 12:45 pm

By 2050, two-thirds of the world’s population will be living in cities. To meet demand, how must we design and build for the future? In what ways are deals being packaged to make them appealing, investable assets and how are the roles of institutional funders, mid-stage investors and debt providers alike changing? In this interactive session, we will discuss how alternative approaches to urban infrastructure projects can encourage the transition to a clean economy within cities across the world and highlight the opportunities that lie ahead.

Room

Aria East

Speakers
Chris Boivin Managing Director, Green Municipal Fund Federation of Canadian Municipalities
Chris Ireland Director, Infrastructure and Natural Resources Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan
Boris Von Bormann Founder and Managing Partner renu ventures
Carolina Gallo Vice President, Government Relations ABB Canada
Moderators
Susan McGeachie Global Director, Climate Change and Sustainability Services Hatch
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