FT/IFC Investing in Climate Business Forum
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  Across all industries, in all geographies and within markets local and global, A.T. Kearney’s approach is a time-proven one: They deliver results. As one of the largest high-value management consulting firms in the world, they have a broad range of capabilities and expertise, offering a full spectrum of services from strategy to operations, business technology and enterprise services transformation. For more information please visit the website. >>
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Climate Change Business Journal ®, a subscription based newsletter, is the centerpiece of a business intelligence service that provides detailed market research on nine segments of the Climate Change Industry.

In each edition, subscribers receive a strategic overview of a specific industry segment, plus company profiles, survey results, and a proprietary data package with market size, growth and rankings of top companies. For more information please visit the website.>>

    Climate Change Capital Limited is an investment manager and advisory group specialising in the opportunities generated by the global transition to a low carbon economy. It advises and invests in companies that recognise combating global warming is both a necessity and an economic opportunity.

CCC manages funds with c. US$1.4 billion of commitments and aims to provide attractive returns to investors, demonstrating the financial opportunity associated with a low carbon economy. For more information please visit the website. >>


Eco-Business.com is the leading online platform for Asia Pacific’s cleantech & sustainable business community.

Eco-Business.com provides news & opinion, plus these free services: company & product directories, project listing, case study showcase, green jobs board, events calendar, partner & investor linking, research library, press release marketing & social media promotion. For more information please visit the website.>>

The International Center for Climate Governance (ICCG) is an internationally renowned centre whose research activities focus on the design of climate policy and governance. Located on the Island of San Giorgio Maggiore, in Venice, ICCG gathers researchers in economics and political sciences who explore the interdependencies between economic, social, cultural, ethical, and political aspects of climate governance. For more information please visit the website.>>

The Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change (IIGCC) is a forum for collaboration on climate change for European investors. It provides investors with a collaborative platform to encourage public policies, investment practices, and corporate behaviour that address long-term risks and opportunities associated with climate change. IIGCC currently has over 80 members, including some of the largest pension funds and asset managers in Europe, representing around €7.5 trillion in assets.

IIGCC pursues its mission through two strategic objectives: To change market signals by encouraging the adoption of strong and credible public policy solutions that ensure an orderly and efficient move to a low carbon economy as well as measures for adaptation. To inform investment practices to preserve and enhance long-term investment values. For further information please visit the website.>>


A revolution in unconventional resources, energy security issues, developments in the Caspian, eastern Mediterranean, and the Black Sea and heightened environmental awareness have combined to generate increasing focus on natural gas in Europe.Natural Gas Europe is at the forefront of this movement, providing essential daily reading on European gas matters.

Our correspondents, contributors, knowledge and media partners provide natural gas and energy related news, research and insights for gas professionals and interested parties. For more information please visit the website.>>


Sustainable global platform for the success of Turkey and the Turkish business world, in coordination with the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, for more efficient use of resources, social, environmental and economic environment and the creation of conditions to support.
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Turkish Bankers Association (TBA), established in 1990, is the representative of Turkish professionals working in the financial services in the UK. TBA's main objective is to create a strong bond among Turkish finance professionals via promoting social, cultural, economical and business related events. TBA also aims for organizing lectures and seminars as well as presentations from leading professionals in their field. 

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Founded in 2003, Corporate Governance Association of Turkey (TKYD) is a non-profit organization aiming to develop and promote adherence to corporate governance standards and guidelines in Turkey. Starting from publicly-held to family owned companies, from the state-owned enterprises to civil society organizations, from the sport clubs to economical journalism, conformance with the corporate governance principles is becoming more important as the basic tool for and the basic principle of a fair, transparent, accountable and responsible environment for today'sglobal business world. Over 450 board members and senior executives meet at at TKYD to shape the future implementation of corporate governance practices in Turkey with the task of informing the public to keep abreast of these changes.