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Event Forestry, Biomass & Sustainability 2010

This event will provide up-to-date analysis of the latest developments in policy, economics and financing of biomass and forestry projects, and help you identify new investment opportunities and risks in these rapidly growing markets.

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Period [13/04/2010 - 14/04/2010]
Event location Hallam Conference Centre, London, IK 44 Hallam Street London W1W 6JJ
Host Environmental Finance
See the agenda http://www.environmental-finance.com/events/view/5/programme
Contact person
Email address: conferences@environmental-finance.com
Phone: +44 (0)20 7251 9151
Fax: +44 (0)20 7251 9161
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Key benefits of attending:

Keynote Speaker - Tim Rollinson, Director General, Forestry Commission of Great Britain;
Chairman, Global Partnership on Forest Landscape Restoration

Optimise your business opportunities – gain a deep understanding of the current market situation facing forestry and biomass, including carbon finance, so you have all the information you need to maximise investment opportunities as they arise

Network with the key players in forestry and biomass – meet and do business with project developers, forestry owners and financiers/investor and other key players in forestry and biomass

Highly interactive format – put your pressing questions to the panellists and
debate the issues that are most important to you and your business

Unbeatable special offers:
- FREE webinar – Financing Sustainable Forestry & Biomass, Online, 28 April – worth £129
- Register 2 delegates, and a 3rd goes free!
See below for full details and to discover how to claim these benefits.

30+ top-level panellists and speakers including:

Pedro Moura Costa, Senior Carbon Markets Specialist, former President
and Founder of EcoSecurities

Duncan Macqueen,
Team Leader - Forests,
International Institute for
Environment and Development

Christopher Webb,
Manager, Sustainability and
Climate Change,
PwC

Richard Bonsall,
Head of Commercial, UK Biomass,
RWE Npower Renewables

Monique Lussier,
International Climate Change
Advisor and Attorney,
Irbaris

Dennis van Alphen,
Head of Renewables,
NIBC Bank

Phil Cottle,
Managing Director,
ForestRe

Hy Martin,
Senior Associate, Carbon Finance
,
Nollen Group

John Bingham,
Director,
Hawkins Wright

Marko Katila,
Partner,
Dasos Capital

Alice Chapple,
Director,
Sustainable Financial Markets,
Forum for the Future

Christian del Valle, Director,
Environmental Markets
,
BNP Paribas; Vice-Chair,
REDD Working Group
, CMIA

David Antonioli,
CEO,
Voluntary Carbon
Standard Association

Daniel Davidson,
Feedstock Director
,
Helius Energy

Gavin Maxwell,
Senior Strategy Partner
,
Coolfin Partnership/Tomax

Mark Campanale,
Director,
Four Elements Capital

Simon Glossop,
Partner,
CF Partners

Forbes Elworthy,
CEO,
Craigmore Funds Group

Kimberly Tara,
CEO,
FourWinds Capital Management

Michael Dutschke,
Director,
Biocarbon Consult

Deepak Rughani,
Co-director Biofuelwatch,
Global Forest Coalition

Noel Forrest,
Analyst,
MGT Power

Gareth Phillips,
Chief Climate Change Officer,
Sindicatum Carbon Capital

Andrew Britton, Manager,
Climate Change & Sustainability
Services,
Ernst & Young

This is a must-attend conference for:

• Energy/power companies, both fossil-fuel based and renewables companies investing in carbon, renewables, biomass etc
• Financial institutions – private equity, venture capital companies, banks, brokers, exchanges, pension funds, hedge funds, family offices
• Law firms
• Project developers
• Policy makers – governments, regulatory bodies
• Industry associations, NGOs, foundations, think thanks

Costs: GBP 1095,-