Morningside Salon: Climate Emergency and Opportunity

Thurs, Dec 5 | Morningside Salon: Climate Emergency and Opportunity

**This event is now full. Thank you for your interest in the event.**

Date: Thursday, December 5, 2019
Time: 6:30PM - 8PM
Venue:  Hong Kong Room, Legal & General Investment Management (Asia) Limited
51/F, Unit 5111-5112, The Center, 99 Queens Road Central
Event Contact: Regan Lui ([email protected])
RSVP: Register on event website (max 15 ppl)
Price: HK$50 (Pay at door)
Notes: Wine and cheese served. Pre-reading will be shared with attendees a few days prior to the event.



More than 10,000 scientists have issued a stark warning of a global climate emergency, and the consequences of this are significantly negative, potentially catastrophic.

In any crisis the danger may present an opportunity to offer a solution and improve on the situation. Energy transition will require monumental effort from everyone and it also offers an opportunity for a greener future. Join the Salon to hear and discuss the issue at hand.

We will be joined by Nick Stansbury, Head of Commodity Research at LGIM, who has been conducting long term research project to analyze energy transition and to illuminate the likely implications.

Nick Stansbury – Head of Commodity Research

Nick is the Head of Commodity Research at LGIM. He joined in 2013 as a Fund Manager in LGIM’s Global Equity team, focused on energy and natural resources. Prior to joining LGIM he was an Investment Director for Developed Asia and Global Emerging Markets at Standard Life Investments. He previously worked for an emerging market focused hedge fund investing in equities, convertible bonds and distressed debt. He has also worked in a corporate advisory role and as a software developer. Nick has a law degree (LLB.) and a masters in jurisprudence (MJur.), focused on securities law, from the University of Durham.

December 05, 2019 at 6:30pm - 8:30pm

Hong Kong Room, Legal & General Investment Management (Asia) Limited

51 F Unit 5111-5112 The Center 99 Queens Road Central
Hong Kong
Hong Kong

Regan Lui