Community Webinars


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5 October 2021 - 6 October 2021

This digital FT Energy Transition Strategies Summit will explore the next big challenges in the energy transition, and how the forces of competition, consolidation and convergence will reshape energy markets in the years ahead.


15 July 2021

This conversation will look at what it takes for organisations to root out legacy inequities and design truly inclusive and diverse organisations where everyone can thrive. 


6 July 2021

Events Radar's European Leveraged Capital Markets 2021 Webinar will review current activity across LBOs, leveraged lending, high-yield bonds, CLOs and SPACs and assess what lies ahead as the European vaccine rollout progresses, economies start to remove restrictions, and companies, investors, private equity firms, and lenders look to position ahead of a period of accelerated economic growth.


30 June 2021

In summer 2021, Tallinn, Estonia will host the next World Energy Leaders' Summit, an exclusive forum for senior government officials and business leaders from across the full energy spectrum.


8 June 2021

In this webinar session, Sonia Tatar, Executive Director of INSEAD Corporate Governance Centre and the INSEAD Wendel International Centre for Family Enterprise, will uncover the challenges and complexities in overseeing corporate culture, and introduce framework and practices that will enable board directors to influence business culture by setting the tone from the top. 


2 June 2021

Professor Mike Barnett, Professor of Management, Rutgers Business School discusses his extensive research on the social impact of CSR initiatives and the extent to which they are having any impact at all. 


1 June 2021 - 2 June 2021

The German-African Energy Forum is the flagship event of economic cooperation between Germany and the African continent. For thirteen years, the conference has been hosting up to 500 participants, a yearly average of ten African government delegations and continues to be a popular destination for leading energy businesses from Germany, Europe and Africa. 


26 May 2021 - 27 May 2021

UK Sustainable Investment and Finance Association's Spring Conference is UKSIF's 8th annual conference focusing on sustainable investment and finance issues in the UK. This year our Spring Conference will be hosted 26-27 of May as a virtual event.


26 May 2021

In this monthly event, research expertise is shared across the University in the format of TED style talks based on a theme. Join us for an hour of 3-minute presentations from our leading researchers across all three faculties, followed by a networking session. 


20 May 2021

London Stock Exchange and Buchanan hosted a recent webinar called 'Sustainable Energy: Pathway to Inclusive Growth in Africa' on Thursday 20th May 2021. 


5 May 2021

Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL) is inviting you to join the #ThisIsCool Event on Wednesday, 5 May 2021. To watch the event live, join us on this page on 5 May 2021 for the release of Chilling Prospects: Tracking Sustainable Cooling for All 2021, for an update on our global progress on delivering Cooling for All.


28 April 2021

The two-day virtual conference is free to attend and will feature keynote speakers, panel discussions and 'in conversation' sessions as well as many interactive elements including polls, Q&A and a networking area and exhibition hall where attendees can engage with other delegates, speakers, partners and networks.


13 April 2021

In a Risk.net webinar convened in association with Eurex, panellists discuss the rising demand for and their own experiences of using and developing environmental, social and governance (ESG) derivatives, their views on future developments and the challenges of growing the market.


19 March 2021

This virtual launch event is jointly organised by the LSE Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment and the SOAS Centre for Sustainable Finance. 


25 March 2021

Join us for a conversation with Oxford University's renowned governance and international development expert, Professor Ngaire Woods, in which we reflect on the current governance landscape and ask how we can address the weaknesses exposed by the crisis.