For the first lecture of our Science Diplomacy event series we invite Jan-Alexander Posth (Senior Lecturer, ZHAW) and Allegra G. Fonda-Bonardi (Chief Officer of Research, DeTao Institute of Green Development) to compare and discuss their perspectives on potential for ESG investing along China’s Belt & Road Initiative.
Date: July 16th, Tuesday
Venue: Room 2210, Building A, Far East International Plaza, 319 Xianxia Road, Shanghai
18:00 – Doors Open
18:30 – Presentation by Allegra Fonda-Bonardi
18:50 – Presentation by Jan-Alexander Posth
19:10 – Discussions
19:25 – Q&A
19:30 – Networking Reception
Chief Officer of Research, DeTao Institute for Green Investment
Drivers of change in ESG marketplaces in China and Europe
ESG remains the focus of investment, of public attention, and even of algorithmic power both in Europe and in China. This talk explores challenges and opportunities in the information ecosystems that power ESG investing in China and Europe, and suggests case studies and routes forward to making ESG’s information ecosystem more robust and effective in channeling capital toward corporate purpose in the short, medium, and long-term.
Senior Lecturer at the Institute for Wealth and Asset Management
ZHAW School of Management and Law
The Belt and Road Initiative and its potential for an ESG revolution: A network view
While highly interconnected networks can exhibit both, positive and negative implications for the associated real-world systems – and have in fact done so in the past of humankind – China’s Belt and Road Initiative comes alongside high hopes, great opportunities and tremendous ramifications on a global-strategic scale. In this talk, we will examine from a network perspective which opportunities China’s epic venture might have for advancing Asia’s and the world’s transition towards a sustainable economy.