RI Europe 2019

RI London 2020 is now open for registration

9-10 June | etc.venues 133 Houndsditch | #RILondon 

After the success of RI Europe 2019, we have built upon the agenda to deliver a truly unique ESG Conference in 2020. The conference is due to attract over 1000 registrants, making it the largest ESG and sustainable finance conference in Europe
Click here to view the 2020 website


RI Europe Gala Dinner

Make the most of RI Europe 2019 and register for the Gala Dinner on Tuesday 11th June, where you will enjoy relaxed networking, lively conversation and great food with your industry peers. 
Asset owners are invited to attend free of charge. Everyone else can reserve a seat for just £100; simply opt in when registering for the conference or get a crowd together and host a table for your colleagues and clients by emailing our sales team.

Where: 133 Houndsditch, Liverpool Street, London, EC3A 7AH (same venue as the Conference)

When: 11th June, 19:00 - 22:00

NB: Places are limited.


We are pleased to welcome Natalie Fee, an award-winning environmental campaigner, author, speaker and founder of City to Sea, a non-profit organisation running campaigns to stop plastic pollution at source. Natalie began campaigning for cleaner rivers and seas in 2014 and founded City to Sea as a community interest company in 2015, as a response to the amount of plastic waste she witnessed flowing down the River Avon out to sea.

She galvanised the local community and built a small team to help deliver the first of their campaigns, Refill, an initiative which connects people to taps wherever they are, enabling them to refill their bottle for free – reducing the need for single-use plastic bottles. The City to Sea team won an innovation award in 2016 from the Ordnance Survey's Geovation scheme to develop an app, which maps out the location of Refill stations and fountains and rewards people for refilling. Three years later, Refill is Europe's leading tap water initiative with over 10,000 Refill stations in the UK alone.

Click here for more information on her work. 

See her TEDx Talk: