In this episode of our Climate & Sustainability Trailblazers podcast, Emily Farrimond discusses what it takes to decarbonise the real economy with Kelly Goddard, Chief Sustainability Officer at the Renewable Power and Transition Group at Brookfield Asset Management, and Anya Davis, Partner and expert in Energy Markets Advisory and Analytics. 

Kelly shares her insights into Brookfield's transition strategy, their role in decarbonising the real economy and the planned acquisition of Origin Energy's energy markets. Join us to hear about the opportunities and challenges for energy transition funds, what is it we can feel positive about in terms of transition, and where further focus is required. 

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About our host:

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Emily Farrimond, ESG & Sustainability lead, Baringa

Responsible for building the ESG & Sustainability practice for Financial Services at Baringa, Emily is passionate about creating a more sustainable world. As a trusted advisor to the C-suite, Emily helps shape and deliver critical change initiatives, including setting ESG and net zero strategies, creating credible transition plans, and the avoidance of greenwashing.

About our guests:

Kelly Goddard

Kelly Goddard, Chief Sustainability Officer at the Renewable Power and Transition Group, Brookfield Asset Management

As Chief Sustainability Officer, Kelly is responsible for the global ESG strategy across renewable operations and the Brookfield Global Transition Fund. Prior to joining Brookfield in 2021, Kelly worked for BP in a number of development, operations and strategy roles including most recently as senior vice president of sustainability globally.


Anya Davis

Anya Davis, Partner and expert in Energy and Resources, Baringa

Anya heads up our Energy Markets Advisory and Analytics practice at Baringa, where she advises governments on the policy landscape needed to unlock investor capital, facilitating deals between investors and new energy businesses, and laying the foundations for a decarbonised energy system. 

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