LSEG’s Group Head of Sustainability Jane Goodland speaks to Emma Howard Boyd, CBE, Environment Agency/Green Finance Institute Chair, to discuss the roadmap towards net zero and the critical role that the Environment Agency has to play in climate action.
The conversation focuses on the environmental issues impacting flooding and coastal erosion, and on other key risk management issues around climate shocks. Emma also explains her long-term vision for the climate agenda and the strategies to drive the green industrial revolution.
The Net Zero Conversations series was filmed at the Net Zero Delivery Summit, hosted by the City of London Corporation in association with the COP 26 UK Presidency 2022 and the Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero (GFANZ).
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At the centre of global financial markets, LSEG is a strategic enabler of sustainable economic growth, by accelerating the just transition to net zero, growing the green economy, and creating inclusive economic opportunity.
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