Catalysing Bank Climate Action: free webinar, June 29

Catalysing Bank Climate Action

A useful learning and networking opportunity for anyone interested in sustainable finance: the Catalysing Bank Climate Action free webinar on June 29.

Taking action to create a climate safe and nature positive world has never been more urgent, and achieving net-zero banking is critical for this transition.

Are you a banking professional looking for strategies and support to increase the pace and scale of climate action in your institution – whether as part of your day job or side-of-desk?

Are you a bank stakeholder (e.g., a customer, investor, climate campaigner, academic) wanting to better understand the barriers and enablers of climate action within banks to more effectively influence the adoption of environmentally sustainable and socially equitable lending practices?

What would a future look like where banking professionals, campaigners and other supporters are working together on a just transition to net zero banking?

We invite you to attend the launch event for our brand new report, Catalysing Bank Climate Action, showcasing insights from our inaugural Climate Safe Lending Fellowship 2021-22; a groundbreaking six-month leadership programme for banking professionals advancing the climate agenda within their institutions.

By helping banking professionals to share the barriers and enablers they face internally, everyone working towards a just transition in banking will be able to collaborate more effectively.

The event will explore four key questions, drawn from the report:

What does ‘good’ look like in net zero banking?

How does a bank make this transition?

How can climate intrapreneuers drive the transition in banks?

What can external stakeholders do to accelerate change in banks?

To make the most of this and similar online events, be sure to read our article, How to leverage online industry events for your transition to a green job.

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