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Launch of IFoA Intergenerational Fairness Bulletin – Climate Change Edition

Monday 30 January 2017 16:30 - 19:00

Intergenerational fairness must be a priority for policymakers. There are many policy issues where a long-term view is essential if we are going to meet today’s needs, without putting younger, or future generations at a disadvantage. Over the course of 2017, the IFoA will produce a series of bulletins to raise awareness of the risks posed by not considering long-term implications and the potential consequences for younger and future generations.

The first of our bulletins considers the implications of climate change. We have sought to present a broad perspective on the issue, by inviting contributions from a range of voices in the debate, including thought leaders, academics and representatives from financial services.

At this launch event a number of the contributors to our bulletin will present their work. These presentations will be followed by a panel discussion with a chance for questions and answers from the audience.


Event organiser

Contact Waleed Soliman for more information.

020 7632 1476

16:30 - 17:00 - Registration and refreshments

17:00 - 18.30 - Programme

18.30 - 19.00 - Drinks reception


  • Matthew Scott and James Orr, Bank of England
  • Matthew Bell, Chief Executive, Committee on Climate Change
  • Faith Ward, Chief Responsible Investment and Risk Officer, Environment Agency Pension Fund
  • Professor Henry Shue, Oxford University

The discussion will be chaired by Nico Aspinall Chair of the IFoA’s Resource and Environment Board.



The Institute and Faculty of Actuaries
Staple Inn Hall
High Holborn
London WC1V 7QJ                                      

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Staple Inn Hall is situated on High Holborn, immediately outside the south side exit of Chancery Lane underground station. The archway in the middle of the Tudor style building (next to the Vodafone shop) is the entrance to Staple Inn courtyard. The entrance to Staple Inn Hall is via the middle door on the right hand side of the courtyard.