Welcome back to our Ibec Responds mini-series on COP27, where we provide timely updates and analysis on the 27th annual Conference of the Parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.
In this episode we are joined by Aidan Sweeney, Ibec Head of Enterprise and Regulatory Affairs, and Councillor Allison Gilliland, Dublin City Councillor and COP27 Delegate with the European Committee of the Region. Together they discuss the involvement of cities and regions in the climate talks.
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Ep. 18 / Ibec Responds
COP27: A New Hope or Groundhog Day?
In this episode we are joined by Dr Neil Walker, Ibec Head of Infrastructure, Energy and Environment, who will outline the programme for COP27 and the key areas for business.Listen now
Ep. 17 / Ibec Responds
Economic Outlook Q3 2022: An economic reset
Ibec Chief Economist and Head of National Policy, Gerard Brady, and Ibec Economist, Hazel Ahern-Flynn give us a whistle-stop tour of the key findings of their Q3 Ibec Economic Outlook titled ‘An economic reset’.Listen now
Ep. 16 / Ibec Responds
Budget 2023: The business reaction
Following Government's Budget 2023 announcement, Ibec Chief Economist and Head of National Policy, Gerard Brady, and Ibec Economist, Hazel Ahern-Flynn, provide timely analysis and an immediate business reaction to the key wins and areas that fall short.Listen now
Ep. 15 / Ibec Responds
Budget 2023: Leaning against the wind
What does a good Budget for business look like? How can Government balance current needs whilst continuing to build long-term resilience in Budget 2023? Should this be a reactionary or proactive Budget?Listen now