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JC3 Conference to drive an inclusive transition to a sustainable future

The biennial edition of Malaysia’s climate change conference to take place on 23–25 October 2023


Kuala Lumpur, 19 October 2023

Kuala Lumpur (19 October 2023): The Joint Committee on Climate Change (JC3) is organising a three-day climate conference from 23 to 25 October 2023 at Sasana Kijang, Kuala Lumpur.

Themed Journey to Zero, the Conference underlines the industry’s commitment to focus on actionable solutions that support orderly and just transition towards a sustainable future. It also aims for the financial sector and businesses to move from theory to practice. Discussions will centre around climate and nature finance, finance and protection for the real sector, and harnessing the synergy from nature.

The biennial conference is expected to attract financial industry players, regulators, climate experts, advocates, innovators, practitioners, leaders, and policymakers from around the globe.

Featuring over 80 speakers, the conference will provide a platform to spotlight practical solutions and innovations, paving the way for strengthened collaborations across the public and private sectors. It also aims to aid firms and businesses across disciplines to pragmatically fast-track carbon emission reduction.

Interactive capacity-building masterclasses conducted by sustainability experts are a key feature of the 2023 conference. There will be four climate-critical masterclasses designed to equip participants with global standards in disclosure and reporting, craft effective transition plans, formulate science-based targets, and master climate and biodiversity accounting.

Highlights of the conference include:

  1. Opening remarks by Datuk Abdul Rasheed Ghaffour, Governor, Bank Negara Malaysia, and Dato’ Seri Dr. Awang Adek Hussin, Chairman, Securities Commission Malaysia
  2. Remarks by Mark Carney, UN Special Envoy on Climate Action and Finance, & Chair and Head of Transition Finance, Brookfield Asset Management
  3. Panel Session: Unveiling the Path Ahead: Are we heading towards an unjust and disorderly transition?

Joint Committee on Climate Change (JC3)

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