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The Role of Sustainable Finance in delivering the Future we Want post Covid 19

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  • UserN i n a S e e g a ( C h a i r ) , S i m o n C o n n e l l , P a u l F i s h e r , G r e g L o w e , M a d e l e i n e R o n q u e s t
  • ClockFriday 13 November 2020, 13:00-14:00
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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Dr. Antoinette Nestor.

To Register: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/6697638107796600591

Aimed at leaders and practitioners in the fields of finance and business, this panel will explore the role of the finance industry – and sustainable finance in particular – in building zero carbon, equitable and sustainable economies post COVID -19.

The Future we Want initiative of the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL), has promoted a global conversation amongst leaders in business, government, civil society and academia about our long-term collective future post COVID -19.

Together we are exploring the critical questions that need to be answered in order to enhance our understanding and improve decision-making by leaders to secure the Future we Want.

This webinar will consider some key themes that emerged from a global call for questions run by CISL , which invited leaders and practitioners to identify questions which need to be considered in order to shift towards a sustainable economy.

Key themes to be discussed are:

•The role of finance in protecting and restoring nature

•How the finance system can be ‘rewired’ to include sustainability in decision making

•The performance and potential of ‘sustainable assets’

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