Sustainable Business Briefing: Accelerating Climate Action
Climate change poses both risks and opportunities for business and finance leaders. Many have embraced climate action as an opportunity, providing innovative corporate and finance solutions that are creating a positive impact on both their business and the planet.
With multinational infrastructures in place, thousands of employees, and the capabilities to create, manufacture, and distribute goods, services, and information/communications, large corporations are ideally placed to tackle the climate crisis.
In this Bloomberg Sustainable Business Briefing, we’ll examine the role of business in accelerating climate action. What are top companies doing to transition to a green economy? How can business, finance, government and non-profits work together to create meaningful progress and an effective response to the threats of climate change? And what is needed to accelerate the transition to a more sustainable future?
Vice President of Sustainability, Public Affairs, Branding and MarketingØrsted
CEOWe Mean Business Coalition
Vice President, Sustainable Finance AmericasING Capital LLC
Marianne Nilsen Sturmair
Managing DirectorEngineers Without Borders-Norway
Global Vice-Chair, SustainabilityEY
Senior Director of SustainabilityVail Resorts
Deputy Global EditorBloomberg Live
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