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#SriAgenda starting now 💥 #July5 3pm CEST

What it means for corporations | 3rd in a series of 6 webinars (until #July19) by The EU Platform on #SustainableFinance
Hosted by @ClimateBonds
zoom.us/webinar/regist…

#eutaxonomy #sri #esg #climatecrisis @SRI_Natives @andytuit
@ClimateBonds @SRI_Natives @andytuit about 1,500 partcipants registered for today's webinar, says Mr #GreenBonds @seankidney in his opening remarks

#eutaxonomy #corporations #eupsf
@ClimateBonds @SRI_Natives @andytuit @seankidney the recording of the webinar will be soon available on @ClimateBonds' #Youtube channel, notes @seankidney

#eutaxonomy #corporations #eupsf
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#SriAgenda in 15min 🔔 #June30 10am CEST

Investors as catalysts of the climate transition | #COP26: Investor action on climate (Webinar 2) "@PRI_News @LSEplc
unpri.org/events/cop26-i…

#sustainablefinance #climatecrisis @SRI_Natives @SriEvent_It @Managers4Future @andytuit ImageImage
@PRI_News @LSEplc @SRI_Natives @SriEvent_It @Managers4Future @andytuit Investors as catalysts of the #climatetransition - #COP26: Investor action on climate (Webinar 2), just started with a ⚡terrific⚡ line-up of speakers for the 1st panel

#sustainablefinance #climatecrisis @LSEplc @PRI_News @UNEP_FI @GFI_green @GenerationFndt @COP26 @PreCop26ITA ImageImageImage
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@CFASocietyDC @andytuit @SRI_Natives the real question today is not what is the future of ESG, the question is:

Is there a future w/out the #ESG?, say Catherine Banat @rbcgamnews introducing the panel

(a very good, visionary start! 👍)

#ESG2020 @onegoodchart @CampanaleMark @GThoumiCFA @CFASocietyDC @CFAinstitute ImageImageImage
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@ClimateBonds today we'll be talking abt #adaptation and #mitigation, both critical issues, says @seankidney making his opening remarks (webcasts and podcasts of previous #EUTaxonomyExplored webinars are available on @ClimateBonds' website)

#EUTaxonomyExplored
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@McKinsey_MGI takes a deep dive into '#ClimateRisks & Response: Physical hazards & socioeconomic impacts' here: mckinsey.com/business-funct… Some takeaways...(1/12)#GlobalTrends #Risks Image
2/12 #ClimateRisks - the long view on changes...moving from the relatively stable to something more volatile... #GlobalTrends ImageImage
3/12 #ClimateRisks - Overview of how 'climate hazards are projected to intensify' around the world...#GlobalTrends ImageImage
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Our Side-Event on #Youth4ClimatePeaceSecurity @ #UNGA is about to start.

We titled it "Time for Action: Climate Change & Youth, Peace and Security Nexus".

It will bring together two agendas crucial to the future of our increasingly urban🏙️ , young👦👧, and climate ravaged 🌍.
You can follow the event live on UN WebTV 10 minutes after this tweet is posted.

We will tweet too, and add interesting information and key quotes of our panel and audience to this developing thread.

#Youth4ClimatePeaceSecurity #UNGA #ClimateChange

webtv.un.org/live-now/watch…
Why should you follow?

We have an excellent set-up!

Our ED @MaimunahSharif , His Royal Highness Crown Prince Haakon of Norway @Kronprinsparet, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate @k_satyarthi .

We have @SofieNordvik , Norwegian #UNYouthDelegate to #ClimateSummit2019 , @Shan_Agrwl ...
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Investor Group on Climate Change (over trillion$$): institutional investors “increasingly interested in whether industry associations were supporting or undermining climate action,” because... theguardian.com/business/2019/…
...“climate change is a core financial risk for investors and a systemic risk to the financial system and the economy.” #ClimateRisks
For the record, @USChamber (aka #ChamberofCarbon) & NAM are two industry associations “undermining” worse than anyone in America, per @InfluenceMap. I repeat: the WORST. Could you investors be a little bit more than just “interested”? #ClimateRisks
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Last year, Hurricane Florence tore through NC. Hurricane Michael ripped through FL. And floods put Plains states like NE underwater. It will cost US taxpayers billions of dollars just to repair three bases because of those storms. #climatecosts defensenews.com/smr/federal-bu…
The climate crisis poses an existential threat to our country & our planet. We see #climaterisks every day: record floods. Devastating wildfires. Monster storms. It jeopardizes our air, water, homes, businesses, food, infrastructure, economy, & national security. #climatecosts
Even some giant multinational corporations are starting to disclose to their shareholders that climate change will have an enormous effect on their bottom line – & I have a bill to force them all to fess up. #climatecosts nytimes.com/2019/06/04/cli…
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Even @USATODAY is starting to pay attention to #ClimateRisks. (BTW its editorial page did a great editorial some time ago.) The problem is that forces we set in motion today will have this effect in later years. It’s on us to act.
usatoday.com/story/news/nat…
A glimmer from the @washingtonpost editorial page, too.
washingtonpost.com/opinions/sea-l…
But the climate-denying @WSJ editorial page can’t resist publishing another crank. Unbelievable. Literally. We need good coverage of the threat sea level rise poses to property values, and our entire economy. #ClimateCosts
wsj.com/articles/exami…
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Increasing #ClimateRisks are forcing the insurance industry to recalculate. Climate change may be gradual, but its market effects are volatile. What we are doing currently — nothing—will cost us big.
wsj.com/graphics/clima…
Look at Texas. The annual probability of a Texas storm dropping 20 inches of rain is expected to rise from 1% to 18%. When insurance companies get scared, that’s a pretty good sign that we should be too. #ClimateCosts usatoday.com/story/weather/…
Where does this end? For some coastal areas, insurance companies stop offering protection all together. Homeowners will be left on their own to deal with the #ClimateCosts.
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We know the consequences of climate inaction:
1⃣#ClimateRisk becomes uninsurable leading to crisis in insurance markets.
2⃣Sudden collapse of coastal property values when markets react to #ClimateRisks of rising sea levels.
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