- December 5, 2023
- Gen Z
- Dubai, United Arab Emirates
- In-person panel session
Turning Gen Z's Passion for Climate Issues into Action
- Ana Kreacic, Partner, Chief Knowledge Officer, and Chief Operating Officer, Oliver Wyman Forum, Oliver Wyman
- Saeed Alremeithi, Co-Founder, The Organic Farm
- Razan Bashiti, CEO, INJAZ UAE
- Kelvin Massingham, Director, Risk and Resilience, FSD Africa
- Anas Bukhash, Entrepreneur and Interviewer,
- Juliet Davenport, Founder and Former CEO, Good Energy
Date: Tuesday, December 5, 2023
Time: 12:00pm-01:00pm Gulf Standard Time
Where: Al Forsan Park, The Green Zone, Dubai Expo City, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
The Oliver Wyman Forum invites you to a panel session on 'Turning Generation Z's Passion for Climate Issues into Action' at the Extreme Hangout at COP28 on Tuesday, December 5th, at 12:00 p.m. GST.
Join us for a discussion that explores the transformative global impact of the shifting landscape of climate consciousness. This session will delve into the influential role of Gen Zers in the fight against climate change, bringing together Gen Z, industry leaders and change makers.
Gain fresh insights into Gen Z's dynamic relationship with climate change as we challenge misconceptions and showcase their potential as a catalyst for leaders to act boldly with forward-thinking strategies. Take part in this transformative journey, unraveling the complexities of this pivotal intersection, and become a part of the change we urgently need.
Generation Z has been uniquely impacted by technology and recent world events, leading to distinct characteristics. Accounting for 25% of the global population, they are set to become the largest spending group by 2030. Understanding Gen Z behaviors and attitudes on climate change is now more important than ever.
Ana Kreacic, COO of the Oliver Wyman Forum, will host this interactive panel discussion. Other featured panelists will be announced.
Can a single generation save the world? Gen Z may be humankind’s best, and greatest, hope in the existential battles against global warming, inequality, and political and social unrest.
To better understand Gen Z we studied them over a two-year period. We talked to them, in depth and on their terms. Our research included focus groups and a recent online survey of 10,000 adults in the United States and the United Kingdom. Through our exhaustive analysis, we cracked the code on what makes Gen Z tick. Our report describes how Gen Z will profoundly change how we live, work, shop, invest, interact, react, stay healthy, and stay informed.
More than 700 cities globally have committed to meet The Paris Agreement goals of halving their carbon emissions and limiting global warming to 1.5-degrees Celsius by 2030. The task isn’t easy, and time is running out, but cities can make significant progress by focusing greater attention on transport emissions, which account for about a third of their carbon footprint.
New research from the Oliver Wyman Forum offers individualized solutions for major global cities to help them meet their climate targets with sustainable mobility.
During an Oliver Wyman Forum panel session at Climate Week NYC, we presented findings from our new research, identified available solutions, and shared best practices across cities. Representatives from the private and public sectors, as well as academia, enriched the discussion by sharing their perspectives on the matter.