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Climate Governance 101
What’s your climate resolution? Our upcoming webinar explores Climate Governance! Governance is a foundational pillar of the TCFD framework. We know governance can be complex and confusing to navigate. Let us help you get ahead.

Join us on Friday, January 28, 2021, at 11am EST for a TCFD Governance Primer, our special 101 live session on the first steps you need to take to structure and provide oversight for your climate journey and tap into the benefits of the framework backed by 85% of global GDP.

Get started on your climate journey with the best available insights. We’ll draw on our unique role as early TCFD champions and experts with a proprietary methodology, world-leading repository of best practices in Climate Governance, and unique insights captured through our purpose-built software and related tools.

Jan 28, 2022 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Manasvini Vaidyula
Climate Strategist @Manifest Climate
Manasvini has over seven years of experience as a climate policy analyst, researching, analyzing, and advising governments and businesses on national and international climate-related issues. Her specialty lies in examining national and sub-national climate and energy policies, carbon pricing schemes, sustainable finance, and decoding the Paris Agreement.
Rinali Roy
Climate Strategist @Manifest Climate
Rinali has over 8 years of experience as a climate change and sustainability consultant and focuses on providing service offerings across Manifest's climate-related solutions. Over the course of her professional career, she has explored different avenues of sustainable development and helped clients across diverse sectors personalize their strategy to enhance their overall climate and sustainability performance annually.
Pete Richardson
Climate Strategist @Manifest Climate
Pete brings over 15 years of experience advising clients on international law and development projects, with a focus on climate change, energy and infrastructure. Pete previously worked in London, Sydney, Jakarta and Chicago, before arriving in Toronto.