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Environment & Sustainability, Investment and Asset Management

FT Moral Money Summit

Capitalism: Time for a Reset

Global Digital Conference |  - 
Speakers include:
Michael  Jacobs

Michael Jacobs

Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI), University of Sheffield

Willy  Foote

Willy Foote

Root Capital

Celia  Ouellette

Celia Ouellette

Responsible Business Initiative for Justice

Overview

While many companies have embraced responsible business practices, something new is on the horizon: calls for redefining capitalism itself. And among the loudest are coming from some of the world’s most prominent business chiefs. These leaders argue that taking corporate strategies beyond the financial bottom line to the needs of society and the planet benefits the business and its investors. None of this will be easy. Traditional approaches such as CSR and ESG (environmental, social and governance) will not suffice. Companies need to identify their core impacts, both social and environmental, and decide which operational and strategic shifts can make the biggest impact on all stakeholders. 

What does this mean for business and what underlying systems and structures need to change to put capitalism on a more inclusive path? Given the current uncertainty and the impact on the global economy, can companies truly prioritize stakeholders? Is it hard to be a responsible business in a time of crisis? How can companies balance both profit and purpose?  These questions will be raised at the FT Moral Money Summit

This Summit brings together an elite cohort of leading companies, employer representatives, consultants, board members, investors and others. Hosted by FT Moral Money, the weekly newsletter and trusted guide to developments in socially responsible business and sustainable finance, the agenda will explore the key issues leaders face in transforming in their business models and ask what more is needed to shift to a form of capitalism that benefits not only shareholders but the whole of society and the planet on which we depend.

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fallback Add to my Calendar 09/30/2020 08:00:0009/30/2020 17:10:00trueFT Moral Money SummitWhile many companies have embraced responsible business practices, something new is on the horizon: calls for redefining capitalism itself. And among the loudest are coming from some of the world’s most prominent business chiefs. These leaders argue that taking corporate strategies beyond the financial bottom line to the needs of society and the planet benefits the business and its investors. None of this will be easy. Traditional approaches such as CSR and ESG (environmental, social and governance) will not suffice. Companies need to identify their core impacts, both social and environmental, and decide which operational and strategic shifts can make the biggest impact on all stakeholders. What does this mean for business and what underlying systems and structures need to change to put capitalism on a more inclusive path? Given the current uncertainty and the impact on the global economy, can companies truly prioritize stakeholders? Is it hard to be a responsible business in a time of crisis? How can companies balance both profit and purpose?  These questions will be raised at the FT Moral Money Summit. This Summit brings together an elite cohort of leading companies, employer representatives, consultants, board members, investors and others. Hosted by FT Moral Money, the weekly newsletter and trusted guide to developments in socially responsible business and sustainable finance, the agenda will explore the key issues leaders face in transforming in their business models and ask what more is needed to shift to a form of capitalism that benefits not only shareholders but the whole of society and the planet on which we depend.FT-Moral-Money-Summitde69cbf261e6790e86d359aef44b76e6MM/DD/YYYY

SPEAKERS (18)

Michael  Jacobs

Michael Jacobs

Professorial Fellow
Sheffield Political Economy Research Institute (SPERI), University of Sheffield
Willy  Foote

Willy Foote

Founder and CEO
Root Capital

Willy Foote is founder and CEO of Root Capital, a non-profit impact investor that offers farmers around the world a path to prosperity by investing in the agricultural businesses that serve as engines of impact in their communities. Root Capital provides these businesses with the capital, training, and access to markets they need in order to grow, thrive, and create opportunities for thousands of farmers at a time. Since its founding in 1999, Root Capital has provided more than $1.4bn in loans to 725 agricultural businesses in Africa, Asia, and Latin America. Together, these businesses have paid $4.8bn directly to the 1.5m smallholder farmers whose crops they collect and market.

Mr Foote is a Skoll Entrepreneur and an Ashoka Global Fellow. He was named a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum in 2008, one of Forbes’ “Impact 30” in 2011, and was a 2012 Henry Crown Fellow of the Aspen Institute. He served for nearly a decade on the Executive Committee of the Aspen Network for Development Entrepreneurs (ANDE),and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO). Mr Foote holds an MS in development economics from the London School of Economics and a BA from Yale University.

Celia  Ouellette

Celia Ouellette

Chief Executive
Responsible Business Initiative for Justice
Tensie  Whelan

Tensie Whelan

Clinical Professor of Business and Society, Director
Center for Sustainable Business, NYU Stern School of Business

Tensie Whelan has 25 years of experience working on local, national and international environmental and sustainability issues to engage businesses in proactive and innovative mainstreaming of sustainability. As President of the Rainforest Alliance, she built the organization from a $4.5 m to $50 m budget, transforming the engagement of business with sustainability, recruiting 5,000 companies in more than 60 countries to work with Rainforest Alliance.  She built the Rainforest Alliance frog into an internationally recognized and credible brand.  Her previous work included serving as Executive Director of the New York League of Conservation Voters, Vice President of the National Audubon Society, Managing Editor of Ambio, a journal of the Swedish Academy of Sciences, and a journalist in Latin America.  Ms Whelan has been recognized by Ethisphere as one of the 100 Most Influential People in Business Ethics, was the Citi Fellow in Leadership and Ethics at NYU Stern in 2015 and has served on numerous nonprofit boards and corporate advisory boards such as the Unilever Sustainable Sourcing Advisory Board and the Nespresso Innovation Fund Advisory Board.  She holds a BA from New York University, an MA from American University, and is a graduate of the Harvard Business School Owner President Management (OPM) Program.

Mindy  Lubber

Mindy Lubber

CEO and President
Ceres

Mindy Lubber is the CEO and President of Ceres, a sustainability non-profit organization working with investors and companies to build leadership and drive solutions throughout the economy. Under her leadership, Ceres has launched reports and practical tools that help investors and companies succeed in the 21st century global economy. 

Mindy leads negotiating teams of institutional investors, C-suite executives and sustainability advocates who have taken far-reaching positions on corporate practices to tackle climate change, water scarcity and pollution and human rights abuses. She briefs powerful corporate boards and directors on how the effect of environmental and social issues on shareholder value, and speaks regularly to high-level world and national political leaders. 

Before her work at Ceres, Mindy held leadership positions in government, financial services and the non-profit sector. She has received numerous awards, including the Climate Visionary Award from the Earth Day Network and the William K. Reilly Award for Environmental Leadership from American University. She was honoured by the United Nations and the Foundation for Social Change as one of the World’s Top Leaders of Change, and is a recipient of the Skoll Award for Social Entrepreneurship. She holds a master’s degree in business administration from SUNY Buffalo and earned a law degree from Suffolk University. 

Michael  Novogratz

Michael Novogratz

Founder, CEO and Chairman
Galaxy Digital
Jed Emerson

Jed Emerson

Founder
Blended Value

Jed Emerson is the originator of the concepts of Blended Value and Total Portfolio Management and author of The Purpose of Capital: Elements of Impact, Financial Flows and Natural Being. He has extensive experience leading, staffing and advising funds, firms, social ventures and foundations pursuing financial performance with social/environmental impact. 

In addition to his writing, Jed works with high net worth families to ensure a long-term legacy by managing their full net worth for impact. He also advises investment firms on the implications of impact investing for their practice. Internationally recognized as a thought leader in impact investing, social entrepreneurship and strategic philanthropy, he has played founder roles with some of the nation’s leading venture philanthropy, community venture capital and social enterprises. 

He was twice selected both as one of North America’s Top 100 Thought Leaders in Trustworthy Business Behavior (2012-2013) and by The Nonprofit Times as one of the 50 Most Influential People in the Sector. In 2015, he was awarded a Life Time appointment. With co-author, Antony Bugg-Levine, he was winner of the 2012 Nautilus Gold Book Award for their authorship of the first book on the topic of impact investing. Jed has co-authored seven books on social entrepreneurship and impact investing, as well as papers and articles on those and related topics.

Chris Pinney

Chris Pinney

Founding President
High Meadows Institute

Chris Pinney is High Meadows Institute’s founding President. The Boston-based Institute was established in 2013 by a group of business leaders to explore the role of business leadership in creating a social contract that can ensure continued economic and social progress in a global economy and society. Mr Pinney brings to the Institute over twenty-five years of experience working with C-suite executives nationally and internationally on this issue. Prior to the Institute, he was President at the Alliance for Business Leadership, a non-partisan alliance of CEOs, business leaders, entrepreneurs and investors, and a Senior Fellow at the Aspen Institute Business and Society Program, where he led the development of the Business and Society Leaders Forum. Previously, Mr Pinney was Director of Research and Policy and Executive Education at Boston College Carroll School of Management’s Center for Corporate Citizenship, where he worked with Global 500 companies on corporate strategy and sustainability. Prior to joining Boston College, he was Director of the Imagine program, a Canadian initiative that brought together Canada’s leading CEOs and over 600 companies in an initiative to define an expanded role for business leadership in Canada based around a set of sustainable business principles and commitments. Mr Pinney has an extensive background in international and community development, serving as Vice President of the Canadian Council for International Cooperation and Chair of the Brussels-based International Council for Development Action.

Judith Samuelson

Judith Samuelson

Founder and Executive Director, Aspen Business & Society Program
Aspen Institute

Judy Samuelson has worked at the forefront of fresh thinking about the purpose and impact of business for two decades.  Her book, The Six New Rules of Business: Creating Real Value in a Changing World, will be published in January 2020 (Berrett- Koehler). 

The Business & Society Program’s pioneering efforts challenged business schools to broaden teaching about the purpose of corporations.  Signature programs include the Long Term Strategy Group and First Movers Fellowship for social “intrapreneurs.”  Dialogues led by Ms Samuelson gave rise to the Aspen Principles to promote long-term value creation in public companies and The American Prosperity Project, a framework for policy changes that reward long-term investment.  

Ms Samuelson worked in legislative affairs in California, banking in New York and ran the Ford Foundation’s office of Program-Related Investments.  She has a Master’s from the Yale School of Management and a B.A., Phi Beta Kappa, from UCLA.  Judy blogs for Quartz@Work and is a Director of the Center for Financial Health.  She was awarded a Bellagio Fellowship by the Rockefeller Foundation and values her association with All Souls-NYC, Star Island, and as an AFS exchange student in Sardinia. 

Dickon  Pinner

Dickon Pinner

Senior Partner, Global Leader, Sustainability Practice,
McKinsey & Company

Dickon Pinner is based in McKinsey's San Francisco office where he co-founded and leads McKinsey's global work in clean technologies and serves as the Global Leader of the firm's Sustainability Practice. He helps companies address the resource-productivity challenges the world will face in terms of energy sources, transportation, food, land, water, and basic materials. He serves investors (venture capital, private equity, pension funds, sovereign-wealth funds), large energy and industrial incumbents (oil and gas companies, industrial original-equipment manufacturers, utilities, automotive original-equipment manufacturers), technology start-ups, and policy makers/influencers (government agencies, nongovernment organizations, regulators).

Mr Pinner also helps clients who manufacture or use highly engineered products for companies in aerospace and defense, power generation, and oil and gas industries. Functionally, he focuses on increasing engineering productivity and transforming their product development systems, deploying techniques such as design to value, increased modularity, and increased automation. His experience extends to high tech as well; he previously was a leader in McKinsey’s Global Semiconductor Practice where he served many of the world’s leading semiconductor companies on strategy, capital productivity, and operational turnarounds.

He received a masters in science in physics at the University of California, Berkeley, where he was a Fulbright scholar, as well as a PhD in physics at Cambridge University. He is a prolific author and frequent speaker at industry forums, including, most recently, at the Clean Tech Investor Summit.

Hervé   Duteil

Hervé Duteil

Chief Sustainability Officer
BNP Paribas

Hervé Duteil created the position of Chief Sustainability Officer for BNP Paribas in the Americas in 2014.  In this role, he leads the Bank’s regional strategy for Corporate Social Responsibility, Sustainable Finance, and Company Engagement, bringing in particular a strong focus on promoting client dialogue around sustainability topics and the development of tailored financing solutions or responsible investment products.  In 2018, he was selected by Euromoney as one of the 10 “champions of global impact banking”.

Mr Duteil has spent most of his career with BNP Paribas in New York.  He specialized in trading derivatives and managing capital market activities, spanning across commodity, currency, fixed income and electronic markets.  More recently, he led BNP Paribas’ efforts to close its first Social Impact Bond for the benefit of the State of Connecticut, followed by a second one with the Department of Veterans Affairs to provide quality employment to veterans suffering from service-related Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in the states of New York and Massachusetts. He holds a Masters in Business Administration with distinction from the Harvard Business School, a Master of Science from the University of Cambridge, and a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics & Physics from the University of Paris.  He serves as a member on CFTC’s Climate-Related Market Risk Subcommittee of the Market Risk Advisory Committee, Canada Standards Association’s Technical Committee for the Development of a National Standard for “Green and Transition Finance”, and the Yale Initiative on Sustainable Finance Advisory Board.

Jay Coen  Gilbert

Jay Coen Gilbert

Cofounder and CEO
B Lab

Jay Coen Gilbert is cofounder of B Lab, the nonprofit behind the global B Corporation movement. Its vision is an inclusive, equitable and regenerative economy for all people and the planet. This requires an upgrade to the operating system, culture and practice of business and finance. Along with his B Lab cofounders, Mr Gilbert is the recipient of the Skoll Award for Social Entrepreneurship and the McNulty Prize at the Aspen Institute, where he is a Henry Crown Fellow. To build the broad coalition necessary for economic system change, Mr Gilbert serves as executive co-chair of Imperative 21, a business-led cross-sector network of coalitions that believes the imperative of the 21st century is to reimagine and redesign our economic system so its purpose is to create value for all stakeholders, while stewarding the natural and social systems on which healthy markets and all life depends. Founding coalition partners include: B Lab, The B Team, CECP (Chief Executive for Corporate Purpose), The Coalition for Inclusive Capitalism, Conscious Capitalism, and JUST Capital. In addition to serving on several boards, for more than a decade he has co-taught a class about the role of business in society at Westtown School, a 200 year old Quaker school. Prior to co-founding B Lab, despite having no game, he co-founded and sold AND 1, a $250M basketball footwear, apparel and entertainment company. Prior, Mr Gilbert worked for McKinsey & Co and several organizations in NYC’s public and nonprofit sectors. He grew up in New York City and graduated from Stanford University with a degree in East Asian Studies. Between AND 1 and B Lab.

 

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Raymond  Dhirani

Raymond Dhirani

Head of Sustainable Finance
WWF UK

Ray Dhirani leads the sustainable finance team at WWF-UK, where he has spent the last nine years. WWF-UK is part of the wider WWF global network. Previously, he spent eight years working in the market’s division at Merrill Lynch in New York within foreign exchange and fixed income sales and trading. His educational background includes a BSc in Economics from the Wharton School [University of Pennsylvania] in the US and a MSc in Environment & Development from the London School of Economics in the UK. His team focus mainly on; sustainable investment and metrics, spatial finance, policy and regulatory work, as well as wider system change in the finance and economic system.

Adam  Kanzer

Adam Kanzer

Head of Stewardship - Americas
BNP Paribas Asset Management

Adam Kanzer is Head of Stewardship - Americas, at BNP Paribas Asset Management (BNPP AM). He leads our firm’s stewardship activities in the region, including direct corporate engagement and proxy voting, working with policymakers on key issues relating to sustainable finance and investment, and representing BNPP AM in key investor ESG networks. He joined us in 2018 and is based in New York. Prior to joining us, Mr Kanzer was Managing Director of Corporate Engagement at Domini Impact Investments. During his 20 years at Domini he built a corporate engagement programme focused on improving the ESG performance of major US corporations, as well as developing Domini’s public policy advocacy programme and proxy voting policies. He has a wealth of experience in a broad range of ESG issues, including climate change, deforestation, labour standards, human rights and supply chain management. He has been an active member of a wide variety of ESG networks and organisations, and has been instrumental in helping companies to evolve their corporate practices in key areas. 

Mr Kanzer served on the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Investor Advisory Committee, and is a founder of the Global Network Initiative, a multi-stakeholder organization addressing threats to freedom of expression and privacy rights in the ICT sector. He currently serves on the Human Rights Advisory Committee of the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility, and the steering committee of the Investor Alliance for Human Rights. He was a member of the Eminent Persons Group that oversaw development of the UN Guiding Principles Reporting Framework. In 2008, he was named to the Directorship 100, Directorship magazine’s listing of the most influential people on corporate governance and in the boardroom. He is a frequent speaker and commentator on sustainable investing and corporate accountability. He began his career as a Litigation Associate at New York law firm Cahill, Gordon & Reindel and has over 20 years of experience. He holds a B.A. in political science from the University of Pennsylvania and a J.D. from Columbia Law School

Anne  Richards

Anne Richards

Global Chief Investment Officer
Aberdeen Asset
Mariana Mazzucato

Mariana Mazzucato

RM Phillips Professor in the Economics of Innovation
SPRU, University of Sussex

Mariana Mazzucato (PhD) holds the RM Phillips chair in the Economics of Innovation at SPRU in the University of Sussex. Previously she has held academic positions at the University of Denver, London Business School, Open University, and Bocconi University. Her research focuses on the relationship between financial markets, innovation, and economic growth--at the company, industry and national level. Between 2009-2012 she directed a large 3 year European Commission FP7 funded project on Finance and Innovation (FINNOV); her current project on Financing Innovation is funded by the Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET); and her project on Finance and Mission Oriented Investments is funded by the Ford Foundation's Reforming Global Financial Governance initiative. Her new book The Entrepreneurial State: debunking private vs. public sector myths (Anthem, 2013) was shortlisted for the prestigious Wirtschaftsbuchpreis in Germany and on the 2013 Books of the Year list of the Financial Times, and Forbes. It focuses on the need to develop new frameworks to understand the role of the state in economic growth—and how to enable rewards from innovation to be just as ‘social’ as the risks taken. Professor Mazzucato is winner of the New Statesman SPERI Prize in Political Economy and in 2013 the New Republic called her one of the '3 most important thinkers about innovation'.  She advises the UK government and the EC on innovation-led growth. Her research outputs, media engagement, and talks (including her TED Global talk), can be found on her website.  

Andy Haldane

Andy Haldane

Chief Economist
Bank of England

Andrew G Haldane is the Chief Economist at the Bank of England.  He is a member of the Bank’s Monetary Policy Committee and Chair of the Government’s Industrial Strategy Council.  Among other positions, he is Honorary Professor at University of Nottingham, a Visiting Fellow at Nuffield College, Oxford, a Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences.  He has authored around 200 articles and four books.  Mr Haldane is the founder and trustee of ‘Pro Bono Economics’, a charity which brokers economists into charitable projects, a trustee of National Numeracy and Patron of the charities Reach and Speakers for Schools

William  Lazonick

William Lazonick

President
The Academic-Industry Research Network
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Gillian Tett

Gillian Tett

Chair, Editorial Board, and Editor-at-large, US
Financial Times

Gillian Tett is Chair, Editorial Board, and Editor-at-large, US at the Financial Times. She previously served as US Managing Editor, leading the Financial Times’ editorial operations in the region across all platforms. She writes weekly columns for the FT, covering a range of economic, financial, political and social issues throughout the globe. Ms Tett served as Assistant Editor, US Managing Editor from 2010 to 2012, and prior to this Assistant Editor responsible for the FT’s markets coverage. Other roles at the FT have included Capital Markets Editor, Deputy Editor of the Lex column, Tokyo Bureau Chief, Tokyo Correspondent, London-based economics reporter and a reporter in Russia and Brussels.

In 2014, she was named Columnist of the Year in the British Press Awards and also received the Royal Anthropological Institute Marsh Award. She is the author of The Silo Effect: Why Putting Everything In Its Place Isn't Such A Bright Idea (Simon & Schuster, 2015), New York Times bestseller Fool’s Gold: How Unrestrained Greed Corrupted a Dream, Shattered Global Markets and Unleashed a Catastrophe (Little Brown, UK and Simon and Schuster, US, 2009), and Saving the Sun: A Wall Street Gamble to Rescue Japan from Its Trillion Dollar Meltdown (Harper Collins, 2003). Before joining the FT in 1993, Ms Tett was awarded a PhD in Social Anthropology from Cambridge University, where she also earned her Bachelor’s degree.

Billy Nauman

Billy Nauman

Reporter and Producer, Moral Money
Financial Times

Billy Nauman is a reporter and producer for Moral Money, the new digital platform and newsletter from the FT featuring news and analysis about the fast-expanding world of socially responsible business, sustainable finance, impact investing, environmental, social and governance (ESG) trends. Before joining Moral Money, Billy worked in the FT’s Specialist division for nine years as a reporter and editor. Most recently, he was the managing editor of FundFire, the FT’s daily publication covering the U.S. institutional investment industry.

Sarah Murray

Sarah Murray

Specialist Writer on Sustainable Development
Financial Times

Sarah Murray is a Specialist Writer on Sustainable Development and a Non-fiction author and editor. A former Financial Times journalist and long-time Financial Times contributor, she also writes for Stanford Social Innovation Review as well as for universities and foundations. Her work has appeared in publications including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, the Economist, The Guardian, and the South China Morning Post. She has edited two books on philanthropy and is author of two non-fiction books, Making an Exit: From the Magnificent to the Macabre, How We Dignify the Dead, and Moveable Feasts: From Ancient Rome to the 21st Century, the Incredible Journeys of the Food We Eat.

WHO ATTENDS

This event is designed for senior executives from corporations (from multiple sectors) including:

  • C-Suite
  • Managing Director
  • Head of Global Advocacy and Policy 
  • Head of Governmental Relations
  • Head of Sustainability
  • Head of Investor Relations
  • Head of Public Policy and Social Impact
  • Head of Resilient Supply Chains
  • Head of Corporate Responsibility
  • Head of Company Engagement
  • Head of Global Sustainability Reporting

Within these areas, a limited number of VIP places will be available to selected CEOs.

Other private sector attendees include: 

  • Banks
  • Asset managers
  • Insurance companies
  • Foundations
  • NGOs
  • DFIs  
  • Policymakers 
  • Academics
  • Think Tanks 
  • Advocacy Groups
  • Law firms
  • Credit rating agencies
  • Consultants 
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Lead Sponsor (1)

BNP Paribas is a leading bank in Europe with an international reach. It has a presence in 71 countries, with approximately 199,000 employees, of which more than 151,000 in Europe. The Group has key positions in its three main activities: Domestic Markets and International Financial Services (whose retail-banking networks and financial services are covered by Retail Banking & Services) and Corporate & Institutional Banking, which serves two client franchises: corporate clients and institutional investors. The Group helps all its clients (individuals, community associations, entrepreneurs, SMEs, corporates and institutional clients) to realise their projects through solutions spanning financing, investment, savings and protection insurance.

In Europe, the Group has four domestic markets (Belgium, France, Italy and Luxembourg) and BNP Paribas Personal Finance is the European leader in consumer lending.

BNP Paribas is rolling out its integrated retail-banking model in Mediterranean countries, in Turkey, in Eastern Europe and a large network in the western part of the United States. In its Corporate & Institutional Banking and International Financial Services activities, BNP Paribas also enjoys top positions in Europe, a strong presence in the Americas as well as a solid and fast-growing business in Asia-Pacific.

Knowledge Partner (1)

McKinsey & Company is a global management consulting firm committed to helping organisations create Change that Matters.

In more than 130 cities and 65 countries, our teams help clients across the private, public and social sectors shape bold strategies and transform the way they work, embed technology where it unlocks value, and build capabilities to sustain the change. Not just any change, but Change that Matters – for their organisations, their people, and in turn society at large.

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WWF is one of the world’s largest independent environmental organisations, with over five million supporters and a global network active in nearly 100 counties. Since forming as a wildlife conservation organisation almost 60 years ago, WWF now focuses also on addressing the systemic drivers of climate change and the loss of nature globally, including the significant environmental impact of the business and finance sectors. The global economic system is fundamentally dependent on nature – from clean air and a stable climate to productive forests and seas – yet this system still incentivises business to invest in activities that contribute to the environmental crisis. Whether it’s viewed from an economic, social, or environmental perspective, this is simply unsustainable. That’s why WWF is working with key sectors to increase understanding of the risks of doing business in a changing world and the opportunities inherent in building an economic future that protects and restores nature.

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