simon zadek

Beyond the Countdown: Inquiry Live!

As you know, the UNEP Inquiry`s global report, “The Financial System We Need: Aligning the Financial System with Sustainable Development” is out.

But in addition to the report, we simultaneously launched on 8th October Inquiry Live!, a new web portal dedicated to providing knowledge about progress in advancing a sustainable financial system.

Inquiry Live provides the Full Report and Policy Summary of “The Financial System We Need” in seven languages.…

LAUNCHED ! Inquiry Report … and an unexected announcement

So its done – at 15.00 Peru time on 8th October 2015 at the IMF/World Bank Annual Meetings, “The Financial System We Want” was launched on an unsuspecting world. In amidst a cacophony of other events featuring the great and the even greater, the large space was packed out – standing room only. Achim Steiner spoke with passion about what the Inquiry had discovered over its two year journey – the Quiet Revolution – and the potential of this newly mapped space to shift the trillions needed to finance sustainable development.…

Countdown: Partner-based Knowledge Development

Repacking my over-used bags – this time for Lima for the launch of the Inquiry`s global report.

The report, entitled The Financial System We Want: Aligning the Financial System with Sustainable Development, is an elegant but hefty 90 pages, excluding a lengthy bibliography that is published separately. Luckily for super-busy folks, there is a stand alone Policy Briefing of just under 10 pages, and to ensure a wider readership, everything is being produced in 7 languages, six being the official UN languages – Arabic, Chinese (Mandarin), English, French, Russian and Spanish – and Portuguese.…

Countdown: 4 Days to Inquiry Live!

When the hour arrives, we will have a great line up in Lima to ring in the Inquiry`s global report, entitled, “The Financial System We Need”. World Bank President, Jim Kim, will open the event, UNEP`s boss and Inquiry champion, Achim Steiner, will spend a few minutes highlighting key findings and implications, and then the panel discussion will begin.

First up will be Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England and very visible in recent days after releasing a prudential review of climate risk to the UK`s insurance sector, chairing the first ever climate-focused meeting of the Financial Stability Board in London, and giving a high profile speech on the urgency of addressing climate change by a “sweeping reallocation” of resources.…

Sign up

Receive regular updates on my blogs and activities. None of your details will be shared with a third party.

captcha

Latest Tweets

recent comments

contact

Creative Commons License