Investors on both sides of the Atlantic have been in a heated debate about divesting from fossil fuels since the Carbon Tracker Initiative released its report stating that 60 to 80 percent of fossil fuel company reserves are “unburnable” if we are to limit global warming to the 2 degrees or less recommended by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. The debate raises fundamental questions: Is financial divestment a desirable and feasible strategy for driving or supporting a shift to lower carbon alternatives? What impact can the divestment movement have on the global energy industry in the short and long term? What specific strategies can investors adopt to support a low-carbon economy? Join us in this one-hour conversation to unpack the financial, tactical, and moral arguments on both sides of the divestment debate.