Building back better through sustainable investment and climate disclosure
This one-hour webinar, hosted in association with edie's virtual Sustainable Investment Digital Conference, will connect the investor community with sustainability leaders to explore the role of green finance and climate-related financial disclosure in recovering from the coronavirus pandemic.
Covid-19 has radically escalated the need to combat the climate emergency. The question is no longer how or if the economy should pivot towards a green future, but when and what is required to twin these global issues of the pandemic and climate change. A post-Covid-19 world will be full of “new normals” – one of which must be a closer dialogue between sustainable businesses and increasingly climate-conscious investors.
So, what must happen next in order to redesign and redeploy finance in a way that stimulates the green economy? What information will businesses need to provide to assist with this rebuilding? And how can organisations overcome the so-called “disclosure gap” to ensure they are providing the right information to influence investor decisions?
This edie webinar, sponsored by UL, will bring together a selection of investors and sustainability professionals to showcase how investors and businesses can engage in a way that places green finance and climate disclosures at the heart of the Covid-19 recovery. Specifically, the one-hour webinar will equip sustainability professionals with fresh insights into how they can enhance investor relations and deliver stronger non-financial disclosure in the 2020s.
Matt Mace, Content Editor, edie
Jessica McDougall, Vice president, BlackRock Investment Stewardship
Leonie Schreve, Global head sustainable finance, ING
Darren White, Head of sustainability, Tideway
Chris Cattermole, ESG Advisory and Solutions Global Lead, UL
Sustainable Investment Digital Conference
Taking place on 7-8 September 2020, edie’s Sustainable Investment Digital Conference unites corporates, asset managers and asset owners for frank discussion around disclosure priorities, roadblocks and innovations. Featuring green finance experts from the likes of ING, BlackRock and BNP Paribas, the event will explore how corporates and financiers can move beyond ESG in a post-pandemic world.
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