THE GREATEST INVESTMENT CHALLENGE:
NET ZERO 2050 requires annual investments of 9 trillion US Dollars per year until 2050, driven by climate change, driven by technology development, and innovation.
What are the most important opportunities going forward?
Who will be the winners?
What are the most important conditions for innovation?
Despite the urgency and that solutions are available – why are we not moving quicker?
What is the potential in collaboration?
Tune in to this great dialogue from SNIC 2022 to hear our experts give insight into the above questions and more.
A big thanks to Oliver Tonby, Senior Partner in McKinsey & Company, Ming Chung Executive Director, Transport and Logistics, Enterprise Singapore, Chris Ong, Chief Executive Keppel Offshore & Marine, Yngve Slyngstad, Chief Executive Officer, Aker Asset Management and Paul Kastmann, Director Innovation Norway Singapore.
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