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Forestry, Biomass & Sustainability 2012: New investment opportunities in timberland and ecosystem services

Event : Forestry, Biomass & Sustainability 2012: New investment opportunities in timberland and ecosystem services

Thu, 03/05/2012  
Conducted by : Environmental Finance Publications
Contact : Selina Perry

 ey reasons to attend: 

 
• Keynote Address from Sandy LaBaugh, Senior Director & Portfolio Manager, Natural Resources & Infrastructure Investments, TIAA-CREF
 
• Hear from 30+ top-level panellists and speakers from industry and government 
 
• Benefit from a packed agenda – highlights for the all-new 2012 programme include: 
- Institutional investor insights on forestry investing
- Fund manager panel: income streams, risk management and sustainability strategies
- Gaining added value through ecosystem services
- Ready for REDD+? Financing, policy update and practical case studies
- Innovative financing mechanisms for forest conservation, including forest bonds
- Supply-demand dynamics in the biomass market
- Biomass for power generation: end-user case study
 
• 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 investors, fund managers, government and multilateral representatives, project developers, forestry owners, end-users and other key players in forestry and biomass
 
• Debate the key issues with the experts – take advantage of the many panel sessions to put your pressing questions to the panellists and discuss your particular business concerns with them
 
Take advantage of special discounts:
- Early bird discount – save over £150 / €175 when you register by 5 April
- Team discount – register 2 delegates and a 3rd attends free
- 50% discount for academics/not-for-profits/organisations in developing countries
 
How to Register:
Online: click here
Email: conferences@environmental-finance.com 
Telephone: +44 (0)20 7251 9151
Fax: +44 (0)20 7251 9161
 


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