ZF.2050 Brownbag “How to transition towards a decarbonized economy?” Insights from Jeremy Bentham, former head of Shell Scenarios Team and shaper of foresight-driven corporate strategy
3 Februar @ 12:00 - 13:00
Zukunft-Fabrik.2050 Brown Bag with Jeremey Bentham, Co-Chair & Senior Advisor at World Energy Council and former Shell Scenarios Teamleader, on decarbonizing the economy
Decarbonizing the economy is an important step towards stopping climate change. As such, decarbonized economies are often part of visions for the year 2050. While most experts agree on the goal of decarbonizing economies, the ways in which this goal is achieved are still being debated. Jeremey Bentham is not only an energy expert but also an expert for future scenarios. The Shell Scenarios Team are the pioneers in corporate strategic foresight and well known for asking “what if?” questions, encouraging leaders to consider events that may only be remote possibilities, and to stretch their thinking.
For more information on decarbonizing the economy, take a look at this video with Jeremy here:
- Jeremy Bentham on Decarbonisation Scenarios: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nU9mURlsD7k
For more information on Shell and its Scenario Team, take a look at the following videos:
- Shell energy scenarios to 2050: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jQ2uIPeiEYQ
- Windows on the future – modeling scenarios: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l4MDcGYif4k
- Navigating an Uncertain Future: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nwub4Bhr-aM
Discuss with Jeremey Bentham, Co-Chair & Senior Advisor at World Energy Council and former Shell Scenarios Teamleader, and ZF.2050 fellows the path towards decarbonizing the economy.
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All the best,
Your ZF.2050 Brownbag Team
Jochen & Christian
The event is part of our series of events ” Zukunft-Fabrik.2050 Brown Bag “, in which we discuss pressing future issues with you. All participants have the opportunity to join in the discussion and express their opinions in votes.