In this episode of our Ibec Responds mini-series on COP27, Dr Neil Walker, Ibec Head of Infrastructure, speaks with Stephen Prendiville, Head of Sustainability at EY Ireland, who is currently attending COP27.
They discuss financial liability for loss and damage, proving to be a highly controversial issue in this year’s negotiations. They also highlight recent ground-breaking agricultural research aimed at ensuring better food security for communities whose crops and livestock are impacted by climate change.
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Ep. 20 / Ibec Responds
COP27: The EU's role in raising global ambitions
For this episode we are joined by Neil Willoughby, Ibec European Affairs Senior Executive, and Seán Kelly, Member of the European Parliament. They sit down before the MEP departs for Sharm-el-Sheikh.Listen now
Ep. 19 / Ibec Responds
COP27: The role of cities in climate discussions
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.Listen now
Ep. 18 / Ibec Responds
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Ep. 17 / Ibec Responds
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