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Japan Climate Initiative (JCI) in partnership with the Transition Plan Taskforce, UN Principles of Responsible Investment, ClientEarth, GFANZ, and the University of Oxford are hosting this event to provide participants with a primer on what Transition Plans are, why are they important, the latest regulatory and policy developments relevant to transition plans, and how this is relevant to users and preparers of transition plans in Japan.

Leading international experts will explore these topics during an afternoon event in Tokyo on Tuesday 28th March followed by a networking reception. The event is open to users of transition plans (e.g. asset owners, asset managers, data and analytics providers, researchers), preparers of transition plans (e.g. companies and financial firms), and policymakers and regulators working or considering working on related topics.

 

Transition Plans: What, why, when and how?

Date: Tuesday 28th March 2023
Time: Symposium 12:30pm – 5:35pm JST / Reception 5:35pm – 7:30pm JST
Place: Grand Hyatt Tokyo (6-10-3 Roppongi, Minato-Ku, Tokyo, Japan, 106-0032) Access
Interpretation: Japanese-English simultaneous interpretation is available.
Admission: Free
Language: Japnaese-English simultaneous interpretation available
Co-organizers: Transition Plan Taskforce, Japan Climate Initiative, UN Principles of Responsible Investment, ClientEarth, GFANZ and the University of Oxford

Registration:
Please send an eamil with your information below.
Title: Transition Plan Taskforce Japan Event
Body: Name, Affiliation, Title
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This email will be sent to a co-organizer (events@smithschool.ox.ac.uk).

Program as of 23 March:

– Welcome and Introductions
Jacques Morris, Team Leader, Secretariat, Transition Plan Taskforce

– Opening Remarks
Takejiro Sueyoshi, Co-Representative of Japan Climate Initiative and Special Advisor in the Asia-Pacific Region, UNEP FI

– Session I: What are transition plans and why do they matter?
In this session the panel will explore what transition plans are and why they are relevant to different users and preparers.

Chair: Jacques Morris, Team Leader, Secretariat, Transition Plan Taskforce
Speakers:
Ira Poensgen, Framework and Guidance Lead, Secretariat, Transition Plan
Taskforce
Tony Rooke, Executive Director and Head of Technical, Net Zero Transition
Planning, GFANZ
Asahi Yamashita, Legal Advisor, ClientEarth
Rintaro Tamaki, President, Japan Center for International Finance
Fumihiro Kajikawa, Director, Environmental Economy Office, METI

– Tea and Coffee

– Session II: Examples of transition planning
This session will consist of a series of presentations that showcase different examples of transition plans.

Chair: Tony Rooke, Executive Director and Head of Technical, Net Zero Transition
Planning, GFANZ
Speakers:
Tomohiro Ishikawa, Managing Director, MUFG
Carine Smith Ihenacho, Chief Governance and Compliance Officer, NBIM
Keiko Shiga, General Manager, Environment Section, Sustainability
Department at Sony Group Corporation
Emi Matsukawa, Senior Manager of CDP Worldwide-Japan

– Session III: Opportunities and challenges of transition plans in Japan
In this session the panel will explore the opportunities and challenges of transition plans in Japan and Asia.

Chair: Kae Takase, Senior Coordinator, Renewable Energy Institute
Speakers:
Tatsuro Yuzawa, Head of Japan, UN PRI
Hideki Takada, Director for Strategy Development, Financial Services Agency, Government of Japan
Sergio Shigeo Kato, Co-Representative, Japan Climate Inisiative

– Closing Remarks
Jacques Morris, Team Leader, Secretariat, Transition Plan Taskforce

– Networking drinks reception