VIDEO: Climate Bond Initiative’s Sean Kidney, LaFargeHolcim’s Nicolas Vaniet, MSCI’s Elisabeth Seep, and Ben Caldecott of the Oxford Sustainable Finance Programme discuss the trends, challenges and potential of the rapidly evolving dark-green bonds grocery
The emergence of brand-new ligaments in support of the net zero transition has is an element of the large-hearted storeys of the past few years, with light-green finance issuance set to surge by 60 per cent in 2021. What are green ligaments – and surely, climate ligaments, modulation alliances, and blue alliances – and why are they important? How can the sector progress to meet the demand? What division can the government play in this market?
To discuss these issues and offer their expert insight on this fast growing sector, Climate Attachment Initiative co-founder and CEO Sean Kidney, LaFargeHolcim’s head of fund and front office Nicolas Vaniet, MSCI’s executive director for ESG concoctions Elisabeth Seep, and Ben Caldecott, director of the Oxford Sustainable Finance Programme at Oxford University’s Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment, gathered together for a fascinating chat at BusinessGreen’s recent Net Zero Finance summit. Their conversation can be watched in full above.
All of the panel debates, keynote speeches, and presentations from BusinessGreen’s recent Net Zero Finance summit event – which took place on 16 March and featured values of top talkers from business, politics and academia – are now available to watch again on demand for those who have signed up to the incident through the Net Zero Finance website and on Swapcard.
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