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We all know that if the planet is to achieve its decarbonisation and transition targets, we need to engage the private sector. Just to deliver net zero, we need to invest $4-5 trillion every year out to 2030. This is over double what we invest now. On top of this we also need to invest to preserve and rehabilitate our environment, social systems and biodiversity. Governments and society have an important role to play but they cannot do this on their own.
One massive challenge is that sustainability and finance sit in very different silo's. They not only use different words, the think differently, often very differently. And we need to bridge these gaps. We need to transition sustainability into mainstream finance.
So how do we do this, we learn to speak each other language, we learn each others culture - we learn new perspectives.
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