On April 20th Nordea’s Group Head of Sustainable Finance, Anders Langworth, joins hands with some of the brightest minds around the globe to discuss how the financial sector can contribute to solving the climate challenges ahead at the Earth Day Week, April 20-25.
The event is free, public and takes place online to mark the 50th Anniversary of World’s First Earth Day, hosted by The 2020 We Don’t Have Time Climate Conference. Nordea has long advocated the financial sector’s key role in transitioning to a greener future, stressing the responsibility the industry has to contribute as well as the opportunities sustainability offers.
“I am proud and eager to participate in the world’s largest online climate conference. We need to come together and share knowledge about the financial sector’s role in tackling climate change. It is particularly urgent as the world is battling both a climate crisis and a pandemic crisis,” says Anders Langworth.
Do you want to participate in the conference? Register for Earth Day Week here.
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