New Challenges for the Green Economy: Could the Crisis Delay the Inevitable?
Environmental issues are coming under scrutiny from governments, the public, and investors alike. Corporations are implementing more responsible green policies, and the need to put a costly infrastructure in place and address social issues is becoming increasingly pressing. How can corporations raise funds to introduce cleaner technologies? What policies should be adopted by governments, and what are the best global practices in this area, including in terms of taxation, subsidies and other incentive methodologies?
Oleg Goshchansky, Chairman, Managing Partner, KPMG in the CIS
Andrey Bugrov, Senior Vice President for Sustainable Development, Norilsk Nickel
Sergei Ivanov, Special Representative of the President of the Russian Federation on Environmental Protection, Ecology and Transport
Andrey Klepach, Chief Economist, VEB.RF
Igor Nechaev, Chairman of the Board of Directors, MCC EuroChem
Evgeniy Nikitin, Chief Executive Officer, RUSAL
Ville Skinnari, Minister for Development Cooperation and Foreign Trade of the Finland Republic
Alexander Sharabaika, Member of the Management Board, Deputy General Director for Finance and International Projects, PhosAgro
Front row participants
Aleksey Ivanov, Senior Vice President, Commerce and Business Development, EVRAZ
Igor Korytko, Chief Executive Officer, Chairman of the Board, Tube Metallurgical Company (TMK)