More than one year on from the launch of the Glasgow Climate Pact at COP26, what is the status of banking sector alignment on net-zero targets? Join EcoAct and members of the Net-Zero Banking Alliance for this global update on how banks are preparing for the assessment of climate transition and physical risks across their investment and lending activities. We will explore the steps leading banks are taking in order to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 and protect biodiversity. Experts will explain how interim climate targets are being reassessed in response to volatile energy markets and new technology. Speakers will discuss how banks can address the increasing scrutiny their climate plans face from investors, as well as opportunities presented by the massive spending required for the green transition.
Join us to:
– Learn how different banks are implementing their net-zero plans
– Understand the challenges facing banks, including access to relevant data and working in conjunction with clients’ transition goals
– Explore the issue of greenwashing and the importance of robust targets to ensure credibility with regulator, clients, and investors
– Hear how banks can capitalise on the estimated $275 trillion of spending that will be required to hit net-zero by 2050
– Kerry Constabile, Managing Director, Global Head of Sustainability Strategy and Net Zero, Standard Chartered Bank
– Ivan Frishberg, Chief Sustainability Officer, Amalgamated Bank
– Hamish Stewart, Principal Consultant, Sustainable Finance, EcoAct
– Catherine Chisem, Senior Consultant, Sustainable Finance, EcoAct
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