Moral Money Editor at the Financial Times
The Global Race to Respond to Climate Change
Hot on the heels of his two weeks in Glasgow at COP26, Simon joins us to analyse the outcome, good and bad, and to share highlights from his soon to be published book, Race for Tomorrow: Survival, Innovation and Profit on the Front Lines of the Climate Crisis.
Simon is the Moral Money Editor at the Financial Times, covering environmental and sustainability issues for the award-winning Moral Money platform and across the wider FT. He began his reporting career in Johannesburg, where he covered Southern Africa for the FT before a period writing on the London financial sector. He then spent seven years in Asia, heading the FT bureaux in Seoul and Mumbai – before two years travelling across six continents to research Race for Tomorrow, a book on the global scramble to respond to climate change. He was born in the UK.
'Don't wait. Read it now before the race is lost.'