Tackling Climate Change and Nature Loss
Senior Industry Leaders Shared Their Insights
If left to continue at current rates, biodiversity loss could cost the global economy $2.7 trillion annually by 2030. Reversing this trend will hinge on quick and decisive action by the global financial community, which is uniquely placed to incentivise better market behaviour: money motivates. By leading from the top with a coordinated and consistent approach, central banks and financial supervisors can help develop monetary policy and regulatory frameworks that divert financial flows away from the most harmful economic activities, and towards those that better serve society and the planet.
This 50-minute digital dialogue, in partnership with the Worldwide Fund for Nature (WWF), brought financial regulators, supervisors, central banks, scientists, NGOs and policymakers together to discuss the mobilisation of mainstream finance in support of the transition to a sustainable global economy. Discussion will zero-in on the preventative and preemptive actions central banks and supervisors can take now, the importance of addressing climate change and nature loss simultaneously, and the financial instruments that will incentivise swift and systemic change.
World-Class Business Leaders and Speakers
How do risks like climate change and nature loss affect price and financial stability?
Action & Change
What preemptive action from central banks and supervisors will motivate change from harmful industry sectors?
How can financial regulators, supervisors, and central banks integrate climate and nature loss considerations in their practices and mandates?
What specific monetary policies and regulatory frameworks will accelerate the shift to a climate-safe and nature-positive global economy to meet 2030 and 2050 goals?
How can capital be mobilised to best support business transition to net-zero?
What new action is the financial community prepared to commit to and to adopt now?
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