To avoid the worst of climate change, the scientific consensus is that greenhouse gas emissions must reach net zero by 2050. Many financial institutions have stepped up to the challenge. Here’s what they’ve discovered about what it takes to drive real-world change.
Financial institutions face increasingly high expectations for progress on decarbonization—of their own operations as well as the activities they finance, facilitate, and insure.
What practical steps are they taking along this road? And are there lessons we can draw from their initial experiences?
To find out, Deloitte and the Institute of International Finance surveyed industry executives around the world. Their responses led us to 10 key findings about mobilizing financial firms into action:
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