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Greg Clark is a Board Member of Transport for London, and a member of its Finance and Elizabeth Line Committees. 


He is also Chair of Transport for London's new Land and Property Committee. Read more about it here.

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The UK Cities Commission for Climate Investment (3Ci) is a partnership between Connected Places Catapult, Core Cities, London Councils and a wide range of other private and public organisations.


3Ci adopts a novel approach to addressing the challenge of financing Net Zero in major cities across the UK. Through new research delivered by the 3Ci, we estimate that approximately £200 - £300 billion must be invested to achieve Net Zero across London and UK Core Cities. This is beyond the financing capacity of the public sector alone. 3Ci brings together the investment sector with cities to accelerate the opportunities for private finance to play a leading role in accelerating Net Zero infrastructure investment across commercial real-estate, housing, transport, renewable electricity generation, waste management and other green infrastructure



Connected Places Catapult is the UK’s innovation accelerator for cities, transport, and place leadership.


CPC provides impartial ‘innovation as a service’ for public bodies, businesses, and infrastructure providers to catalyse step-change improvements in the way people live, work and travel. CPC connects businesses and public sector leaders to cutting-edge research to spark innovation and grow new markets. CPC runs technology demonstrators and SME accelerators to scale new solutions that drive growth, spread prosperity, and eliminate carbon.

Click here to listen to the Connected Places podcast in which Greg interviews thought leaders on innovation, cities, transport and place.

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Greg Clark is an Honorary Professor at UCL STEaPP, a Visiting Professor at the University of Strathclyde, a senior fellow at the Urban Land Institute and a fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences and until recently, a global fellow at Brookings Institution.

He also chairs international Advisory Boards for Cities that are reformulating their strategies, positioning, and assets.



The Action for Race Equality is a national charity based in London working to champion national and local action to reduce racial inequalities for ethnic minority young people.

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