Tuesday, April 27, 2021

podcast climate stories 

level of commitment too low carney-mickethwait

aiming to keep 1.5 degree within reach!

:25 AM - Investing in the Climate Future

The former Governor of the Bank of England and current Brookfield Vice Chair and Head of ESG and Impact Fund Investing Mark Carney discusses his climate finance priorities for the year ahead as we prepare for COP26.

  • Mark Carney, Vice Chair and Head of Impact Investing, Brookfield Asset Management
  • Moderator: John Micklethwait, Editor-In-Chief, Bloomberg
https://www.iif.com/tsvcm taskforce

any carbon omitted has to be removed - netzero by 2050
1st duty reduce absolute emissions complemented by offsets

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The new Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero (GFANZ), chaired by Mark ... zero no later than 2050 in line with the criteria of the UN Race to Zero campaign.
race to zero
carney adviser tojohnson-
-see carbon commission in uk
gfanz glasgow finacial initiative

Full details on the requirements for GFAN members will be confirmed late this week. For now, it is known that all members must have a net-zero target in place for 2050 or sooner, developed in a way that meets the requirements of Race to Zero. They must also develop science-based interim targets and commit to regular reporting of progress in line with best-practice methodologies.

Many members already have such targets. The likes of Goldman Sachs. Citi Group, Bank of America and Aviva Investors have announced net-zero financed emissions goals in 2021.

Mark Carney to chair 'Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net-Zero' ahead of COP26

modi450 gigwatss renewable intendi build

most countries polociesnot all way up to commitments
kerry presidential envoy -

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