The Launch of NZF+

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Although we marked the end of the first in person Net Zero Festival last week, we are providing you with the opportunity to gain additional fresh content from our virtual element, NZF+

NZF+ is an online streaming platform, which includes exclusive interviews, short films and highlights from the Net Zero Festival. All NZF+ content launched on Tuesday 4th October 9am, and will be live for 2 weeks, giving you the chance to be selective of the content you want to watch, and choose when you want to watch it!

NZF+ is also a great platform for networking, with hundreds of peers already on the platform for you to connect with.

What can you expect from NZF+:


Tune in to over 10 exclusive NZF+ interviews hosted by our editor-in-chief James Murray. This segment involves conversations with leading voices including CEO, NatWest Group, Alison Rose and Chair of the High-Level Expert Group on the Net-Zero Emissions Commitments of Non-State Entities, Catherine McKenna, providing updates and insights into what the green economy means for their respective field. As well as experts such as Australian Coordinator at RE100, Jon Dee and senior director of climate and energy, Ceres, Steven Clarke who dialled in from across the globe to provide you with the latest updates on the sustainable development in their countries/regions.


Access a series of limited short films, including 'Formula E - Racing to survive', ‘The Road to Sustainability with the Sustainable Restaurants Association' and footage filmed with one of our commercial partners, 'Coca-Cola Europacific Partners: The quest for carbon neutral factories'.


Wanting to understand the key takeaways and the real implications of statements made by speakers at the Net Zero Festival? Hear from our Net Zero Insights team who used commentary and analysis to dissect announcements that were made on the main stage.

Here you can also find an insider Documentary to behind the scenes at the Net Zero Festival 2022, which includes highlights from across the two days, exclusive post-panel interviews with some of our leading speakers including Chair of the Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty, Tzeporah Berman, as well as summaries of the key takeaways which emerged during the closed-door workshops.

Sign up to here to start watching now!

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