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WBCSD Virtual Meeting - Sustainability & finance sector: mobilizing capital for a resilient world - Shared screen with speaker view
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40:38
www.menti.com code: 67 09 99
Lydia Simon
41:34
Sustainability Manager Bio-based Materials
Bernardo Vilar
41:54
I'm a student, but preparing to enter into investment sector
Francisco Gutierrez
42:25
Program Manager IT & Aerospace
Ionut Pester
46:41
We cannot hear anymore
Ionut Pester
46:48
Back again
Thomas Mueller-Kirschbaum
49:05
Will you provide the slides?
Yi Sun
51:10
Yes we'll share the slides with participants.
Heidi Solheim Nordbeck
52:01
I am independent consultant working on supporting the green transition, including through climate financing. Background from resource mobilisation within development and humanitarian assistance, disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation.
Rodney Irwin
01:00:16
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask via the chat or raise your hand in the chat function and we can unmute you and get you to ask your question directly
sjack
01:08:56
Trying to find ways to use my non-financial academic creds to transition to work in sustainable finance research.
Nidal Mahmoud
01:09:48
There’s an understandable hesitation to equate short-term performance with long-term performance. Yet, in the current unique situation, we don’t have data on anything but the short term. Why the cautious perspective then?
Bernardo Vilar
01:12:33
How about a start up?Would this be a good moment to undertake that project?Where would you recommend to get finance? Is there any entity that might prioritize investments on Sust. start-ups?
Lydia Simon
01:22:06
What role can the financial sector play to push for more sustainability? How about novel economic systems?
Andrew Petersen
01:22:37
What / when is the role of the investor community to highlight to the market and the broader community the importance of esg performance to enable a world to build back better ?
Raul Alfaro-Pelico ACCIONA
01:23:53
Questions to the financial sector: what new tools are using to deal with greenwashing? Are you using the EU sustainable finance taxonomy/European Green Deal (as an example) to determine what investments are really green?
Raul Alfaro-Pelico ACCIONA
01:25:43
Question to the WBCSD: Why are ExxonMobil, or Chevron (amongst other fossil-fuel intensive companies) considered part of the ESG outperformers in North America? Do you also include oil and gas companies in other regions (BP, Shell, Total in Europe, and so on elsewhere)? Is the ESG label credible?
Rodney Irwin
01:30:00
WBCSD will host a Virtual Event Series on Governance next week on May 20. We will hear from Board members on their role and reactions to COVID19
Nidal Mahmoud
01:36:23
Could the speakers recommend trusted public resources (books, journals, websites, etc) that would help the audience better understand the nuances of your work in sustainable investment (in normal times, or under the current situation)? General or specific resources are appreciated. Thank you
Rodney Irwin
01:52:59
The Reporting Exchange (www.reportingexchange.com) has a library of the ESG Ranking Rating and Indexes which shows that there are 652 organisations that issue questionnaires collecting ESG information
Rodney Irwin
01:53:49
449 are indexes, 152 are ranking and 45 are rating organisation
Rodney Irwin
01:54:43
484 of the 652 are collecting information for investors
Nidal Mahmoud
02:02:00
Thank you, Rodney
Francisco Gutierrez
02:03:06
Thanks!!
Rodney Irwin
02:03:41
https://www.unpri.org/events/webinar-esg-in-credit-risk-analysis-the-implications-of-covid-19-part-three/5677.article
fabiannagarcia
02:05:27
Thank you very much!
analuciaorozco
02:05:27
Thank you all, useful and helpful
Maria Villa
02:05:34
Thank you!!
sjack
02:05:34
Thank you!